New Alternative to Scrubs is Launched


Brenda June, a new company dedicated to changing the image of the healthcare industry, has begun selling its designer medical apparel. A beautiful and comfortable alternative to scrubs, the company's SHAPES line gives caregivers a choice to look better and more professional in the workplace.

My nursing background was a driving force in the creation of our SHAPES clothing line to be a comfortable, yet beautiful, alternative to scrubs, says June DeAngelis, founder of the northeast Ohio company.

The unique and exclusive Brenda June Optic White fabric was designed and created to be eye-catching and allow the use of bleach in laundering. The use of bleach is one way to help prevent the spread of HAIs.

In developing their apparel line, Brenda June questioned why professionals in one of the largest industries in the USA -- healthcare -- have been clothed with garments produced offshore. Brenda June has made bringing jobs home to the U.S. a foundation of the company.

U.S. industries have always led the world in workplace safety and innovation, so its only fitting that our SHAPES are Grown, Woven and Sewn in the USA by American hands, adds DeAngelis.

Brenda June has corporate headquarters in Akron, Ohio, with manufacturing based in the Carolinas. For more information, visit


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