Anyway, most of the residents my program generally show up to work in scrubs on a daily basis, and this is literally the first time in a year that I put on actual clothes to go to work! So of course I took some pictures lol.
I'm wearing a pinstripe pink dress shirt and neutral dress pants with a greyish-brownish tone, both of which were tailor-made in Asia.
I even washed my white coat for today (which I don't do often enough lol). Notice the nice empty pockets... usually you can tell a resident from an attending by looking at the pockets of the white coat. A resident will always have pockets full of stuff (pager, books, notes, pens, medical tools, snacks, etc).
Of course my white coat did not originally come in convenient numeric petite sizing... even the smallest issued size was humongous. My lovely aunt (who used to be a seamstress) took it in, in addition to helping me alter all my scrubs. I used to think that she did a pretty good job (considering how large it was before), until now when I saw this side view:
She still left too much room I think... funny how I never noticed in the 2 years I've been wearing it. But ah well, it's not like I'm making any fashion statements in my usual slouchy scrubs anyway!