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A Woman’s Connection Women’s Three Pocket Scrub Top

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Brighten up long days on your feet caring for those who need it most! Our scrubs feature First Nations artwork printed onto excellent quality workwear that is both practical and beautiful. 

With a comfy V-neck, tailored yet breathable fit, and 3 pockets for all your essentials, this Scrub Top has all you need to get through your working day. Made with a touch of spandex and a sturdy yet light poly-blend, you feel protected and comfortable all day long in these beautiful designs. 

Features:
- 2 side pockets and 1 concealed interior security pocket
- Breathable, slight stretch fabric with moisture-wicking properties
- No-iron crease free design 
- Side-slit hem for increased movement

“This artwork represents strong resilient women as Mothers, Grandmothers, Aunties, Carers and the connection that is shared to the children that they love and care for.” - Mandy

Style: Women's Scrub Top 3 Pocket
Fabric: 190GSM Poly Blend - 92%  Polyester+ 8% Spandex
Washing: Cold hand wash
Artwork: A Woman’s Connection
Artist: Mandy Draper

A Woman's Connection
“This artwork represents strong resilient women as Mothers, Grandmothers, Aunties, Carers and the connection that is shared to the children that they love and care for. 
The lines and waves represent the flowing love towards one another, the continuous journey that a woman experiences for their children.
The inspiration for this painting is the continuous love and strength I have for my two children.” - Mandy Draper

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Mandy Draper (Deadly Dot Pots)

Aboriginal Darug woman of the Cabrogal Clan

Mandy’s mission is to raise awareness about mental health, sharing how art can have the ability to positively impact people's l... Learn more