Monday, September 10, 2012

WHITE COATS.

This has got to be my most ridiculous post ever, a poor attempt to be a medical fashionista ( whatever that means) - carry on at your own peril:

I have noticed that different doctors have different ways of wearing their white coats:

1. BUTTON DOWN

I guess this is the traditional way of wearing it.


2. OPEN FRONT JACKET .

This is a more relaxed way of wearing it, you could be wearing a designer shirt or blouse underneath that must be appreciated at all cost.


3. BUTTONING FIRST OR SECOND BUTTONS ONLY

This is bringing one's personal style to it.


4. BUTTONING FIRST AND SECOND BUTTONS ONLY.

Similar to above.


5. WAIST LENGTH COAT.

Well, It either gets longer or shorter.


6.KNEE LENGTH COAT.

No problem so far you don't trip


7. FOLDED SLEEVES.

Well, you wouldn't want to take germs home, would you?


8. SHORT SLEEVES

Again, similar to above.


9. WEARING NO WHITE COAT AT ALL.

I guess this is self explanatory.




So there you have it. Do you have any preferences? Are there any institutional laws guiding the length of your ward coats? Do you know any other fashionable way of wearing it?


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