Bestselling Lab Coats & Jackets in 2021
ICU by Barco Women's Junior Fit 34 Inch 5 Pocket Princess Seam Lab Coat, White, Large
- 5 pocket princess seam
- Tablet pockets and inside pockets back band
- For use with ipad
Red Kap Men's Lab Coat, Light Blue, X-Large
- CLASSIC COMFORT: This lightweight, breathable no-iron lab coat combines the durability of polyester & the comfort of cotton. It features side vent openings for easy access to your tools, a pocket on the left chest, & 2 lower front pockets for easy storage
- TRIED & TRUE DURABILITY: Our coats are finished with a Durable Press wrinkle-resistant coating that requires minimal pressing or ironing. They're constructed with UV non-yellowing buttons for long-lasting whiteness through industrial laundry processing
- EVERYDAY EXCELLENCE: Our workwear collection is designed for the work you do everyday. Stronger seams. More durable fabrics. Pockets in just the right places. With so many features that help you get the job done, our workwear definitely has what it takes.
- WORKWEAR DONE RIGHT: Red Kap knows all about "done right." We've been creating comfortable, durable workwear since starting out as a family business back in 1923. Today, we outfit 16 million Americans who apply their hands & hearts to all kinds of jobs.
- Every Red Kap garment must pass rigorous testing for proof of excellence in design, engineering and construction. Compare our quality to similar garments from Carhartt, Workrite, Goodthreads, Chefworks, Cintas, Cherokee, Magellan or Duluth Trading Company
Natural Uniforms - Womens 41 Inch Lab Coat, White 37151-Medium
- Item 37151
- Natural Uniforms
- Machine Wash, Tumble Dry
- True To Size
Cherokee Women's Scrubs 32" Button Back Belt Lab Coat, White, Large
- Button back belt detail
- Side vents
Makerspace Lab Disposable Lab Coats, White, Child Large, 10 Pack
- Large size lab coats are 29-1/2 inches x 19-2/3 inches
- Child Size disposable lab coats
- Made from Polypropylene and Polyethylene. 4 Grams
- One Pocket and Front Snap Fasteners.
- Dress up like a scientist at science birthday parties and school
Dickies 37 Inch Unisex iPad Lab Coat, White, Medium
- iPad unisex lab coat
- Includes notch collar with lapel and button front closure
- One chest pocket, two exterior angled pockets and one interior ipad pocket
- Back features a locker loop, pleats and stitched down back belt
- 37 inch center back length at size medium
White Swan Ladies Consultation Coats 15104, S
Dickies Men's Gen Flex Youtility Contrast Stitch 31 Inch Lab Coat, White, Large
- Utility lab coat with snap front closure
- Multi needle topstitching and a faux chest welt pocket
- Cell phone pocket, multi-sectional pockets and two patch pockets
- Back yoke seam and kick pleat for extra movement
- 31 inch center back length at size medium
Disposable Lab Coats (Medium) With Buttons and 3 Pockets; Knee Length Coat; Packet of 3 Gowns; Long Sleeve; Medint
- KNIT CUFFS
- KNIT COLLAR
- LONG SLEEVES
- 40G SMS
- PACK OF 3 (THREE) GOWNS
Cherokee Women's Fashion White 28" Lab Coat, Small
- Modern classic fit, fitted blazer style with two front patch and side entry pockets
- Dependable, durable, easy care and effortless
- Three button front, slimming style
- Back princess seams and a sewn in back belt with four release pleats
- Center back length: 28 inch
Red Kap Men's Lab Coat, White, Medium
- MULTI-FUNCTIONAL POCKETS. Interior left chest pocket has a bartacked pencil stall with two lower exterior pockets for plenty of storage.
- LIGHTWEIGHT COMFORT. Breathable natural cotton fibers add all day comfort.
- SNAP CLOSURE. Five gripper closure style snaps will not fall off or catch for additional durability
- MADE TO LAST. Performance Blend Poplin features durability of polyester and provide excellent color retention.
- WRINKLE FREE. Wrinkle-resistant finish for minimal ironing and keeps you looking professional all day.
Dickies Women's EDS Professional Whites 37" Lab Coat, Small
- Contemporary fit button front lab coat features a notched lapel
- Signature styling, legendary durability, extra performance
- Four patch pockets (one chest pocket, two front angled pockets and one cell phone pocket)
- A hidden instrument holder inside the right pocket
- Back princess seams and a back belt. Center back length-37 inch
Cherokee 1949 Women's Fashion Whites Three Quarter Sleeve Eyelet Jacket White Medium
- Poly/cotton with soil release
- Button front
- Cutout eyelet embroidery on sleeve bands and pockets
- Princess seaming
- Two patch pockets
Pretty in Pink --- Fabulous in a Lab Coat
A challenge to the feminist belief that little girls playing with Barbie and Disney Princesses, will grow up to be damaged women. You can raise strong, smart, beautiful girly girls to take on the world and the dispel the myths of the feminist movement.
See that cute little four year old up above all dressed up and ready for the party? She is going to an organized dress up event full of fun, full of pink, and full of girlie girls and their moms out for a day of fun! No harm, no foul... just a day of being a girl.
There is an all out war going on about the dangers of Cinderella, and Barbie, and any type of girly girl passion of the moment. Pink is in danger of damaging our girls and their self esteem, and self worth, and intelligence. A war on pink? This is all so ridiculous!
Mothers, fathers, aunts, uncles, and grandparents need to take a stand. Your two, three, and four year old will not turn into a dimwitted, empty teen or young adult - unless you let them ! That's right. I said it - it is the home environment that makes that call, not society. Disney princesses are pure fantasy. Miley Cyrus and Britney Spears are real people. Beauty pageants for babies, toddlers, and young tweens have nothing to do with the girl and everything to do with the adults. It is up to the home environment to illustrate the differences between actual, fantasy, and just pure silly. I have never met a one year old hoping to be a beauty queen. The reality television show Toddlers and Tiaras borders on abuse. The instant fame phenom of reality TV will not last forever. As history shows us, fads come and go, but excellent taste is forever.
No one is born looking like Barbie. There is something missing in the Barbie wanna-be's home life to justify the twisted surgical manipulation it takes to want to become a real-life Barbie. Education is key. Especially education in beauty. That true beauty lie in the eye of the beholder and not on the cover of a magazine.
But I digress. Let me get back to Cinderella and her peers. There is a time and place in developmental growth for all sorts of fun PLAY! Be fair in expectations. In my house, Barbie and her Princess counterparts were devoid of any good looks pretty fast, as hair got cut or knotted, and shoes soon disappeared, only to be found under some unknowing adults bare foot in the middle of the night. Ballgowns were removed, and often haphazardly put back on. And soon a collection of desecrated dolls would be in the corner ready to recycle in favor of a new group to arrive. Mattel was pretty genius in making them so affordable!
That adorable four year old in the image above told me yesterday that when she grows up, she wants to be a princess. When I asked her why, her response was remarkably straightforward. "Everybody needs a job." In her mind, a girl that gets to wear a ball gown every day has a pretty decent gig. And you know what? She should think that when she is four. This precious little soul has seen every princess film known to Disney and otherwise. And at her young age, she gets "it." She knows it is fantasy, but if somehow she could make it into a real-life career, she was all in!
I don't see books and articles on the "dangers" of boys growing up wanting to be super heros. I have cared for many boys that have worn various superhero costumes for days on end, refusing to switch to a more appropriate outfit that would conform to societies expectations. These young boys trust with all of their might that they will grow up to be Superman. In my thirty years of nanny experience, not one has grown up to be Clark Kent. Not one. So why then, is there such concern for our girls? Why is no one concerned for the future of men who wear their pants on the ground?
Today, my 21 year old daughter, received word that she would be granted two degrees from the University she attends. One in physics, and a second in political science. This petite brown haired, chocolate eyed beauty (eye of the beholder), loved every princess movie known to the Disney kingdom, and still does. I stayed up all night to complete a Belle costume for her and a Snow White costume for her sister. Many Halloween nights have since followed that have seen a Disney princess or two or three come out of my front door. What my daughter never dresses as, however, is a common street walker ala Miley and Britney. She knows how to use her femininity to her advantage, and none of it includes behaving as ignorant or like a sex object.
She is every bit girly girl as she is smart. Talk to her about the upcoming nuptials of Prince William, and she is all mush. Talk to her about the theory of relativity, and she is all serious physicist. She wears high heels and makeup and loves a great up to the minute outfit. She knows she is all woman, but she embraces the power that says mentally, she can go toe to toe with any boy on the block.
At the end of the day, if you are worried about all of the pink, embrace exceptionally strong educational values. As the brilliant Adam Sorkin ( The Social Network), whispered to his ten year old daughter at a recent awards show, "Smart women have more fun!" This I know for sure to be true. The better educated- the more confident she is in her own skin.
Self respect always begins at home. So grab your super creative, smart, beautiful four year old daughter, and get all dressed up in pink and fluff. I guarantee the phase will pass, and other interests will come their way. Take the looks, the diet, and the low self esteem off of the table. Instead, fill the table with dialogue and influential books filled with stories about extraordinary women. There has never been a better time to be a girl!