TENCEL™ Sal Essential Scrub Top for Set (Final Sale)
Our simple but classic Sal top is a staple for every closet. Featuring a flattering V-neck and single chest pocket, it's no wonder this is a bestseller and sure to become your everyday essential. Constructed with TENCEL™ Lyocell fibers to inhibit bacterial growth, and provide breathability, and enhanced comfort.
- Classic fit
- Single front chest pocket
- Side split hem
- Tencel™ 67%
- Recycled Polyester 30%
- Spandex 3%
- Machine wash cold inside out
- Gentle cycle with like colors
- Non-chlorine bleach when needed
- Tumble dry low
- Air fluff setting or simply hang dry to help prevent wrinkles
- Iron when needed
- Overloading washer or dryer could damage your clothes and decrease your washer and dryer's efficiency
Tencel™ is a fiber made from the wood chips of responsibly harvested trees. The wood chips go through a closed-loop process, in which 99% of the solvent is recovered, purified, and reused. This cycle uses less water and energy than most other conventional fibers.
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This product is rated 4.8 of 5.0 stars.
It has received 516 reviews.
I love the fit but I noticed that with Tencel, the color fades after only 2-3 washing, this is my second pair and my first pair were the same thing. Fades very quickly, the fading color is very noticeable too
I’m very petite and these scrubs are the best fitting ones I’ve ever owned! I got the recycled bottle material and I like the slight stretch and slight water resistance!
I get so many compliments while wearing the scrub top, they're similar to Figs but they're sustainable!
This is my first nursing job, never really liked my scrubs from nursing school. Found this brand and I wore it for the first day.. ABSOLUTELY AMAZING: the feeling of the fabric, sweat proof, fit beautifully, it wasn’t restricting, I felt GOOD, and I got compliments on my scrubs! I bought the Definitely will be a returning customer!
While I continue to love the material, I feel like this batch of scrubs was a bit large for me. The particular issue for me was the larger neckline. The V neck dipped a little too low for my personal comfort.