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Celebration Unisex 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, 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 chest pocket with seamless pattern positioning
- Breathable, slight stretch fabric with moisture-wicking properties
- No-iron crease free design 

The artwork for Deadly Dads was created by Bundjalung, Yuggera and Bidjara artist Steven Bekue. Steven describes the collection as “showing love and respect to all the fathers, grandfathers, uncles, brothers and father figures in our lives and appreciating everything they do for us.” 


Style: Unisex Scrub Top 3 Pocket
Fabric: 190GSM Poly Blend - 92%  Polyester+ 8% Spandex
Washing: Cold hand wash
Artwork: Celebration
Artist: Alkina Edwards

 

Celebration
This design represents people from all nations coming together to celebrate our beautiful cultures. With all our elders surrounded watching the next generation grow with strong identities while they practice culture, dance, language, art and story telling.

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Alkina Edwards

Yorta Yorta Woman

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