Looking for a White Coat?8:56 PM
We've all read the debates on whether or not we should wear a white coat, and I completely agree that it is a personal decision. You can look entirely professional and gain the respect of your patients wearing blue jeans, but it's a little more of an uphill battle.
When I first started practicing, I didn't wear a white coat. Mostly because the coat I owned made me look like a little girl playing dress up. It was at least three sizes too big, fell to my knees, and I had to roll the sleeves to keep them from looking like arm tents. Patients were constantly asking my age, or how many years optometry school was. I needed a new look that brought some sophistication to my staple doctor's coat.
|I suppose I could have sport this white coat, but I don't think having |
student doctor emblems on the sleeve would have helped my cause!
|Melelita Ellody: a great fit and durable feel|
|Tons of personalization options, at no extra charge!|
I'll be the first to admit, this coat is not cheap. My coat was $118, but honestly, the quality is worth it. When you feel the fabric for the first time, you will understand what I mean. This is a coat that will last for years, doesn't look wrinkled all the time, repels stains, and actually fits! Try it out if you are in the market for a great white coat!