Rudolph Landau first began selling uniforms to service station and garage employees by going door-to-door with his Model A Ford back in 1938. After shifting his direction to medical uniforms, Rudolph eventually moved his growing business into a retail location in the heart of the Memphis medical center, quickly building alliances with several area hospitals. After Rudolph’s son Nat took over the business with his mother in 1957, the business continued to grow, offering even more styles of Landau uniforms for men and women. Today, after more than 75 years, ... Learn more about LandauLandau scrubs continue to help doctors, surgeons, veterinarians, nurses and technicians stay comfortable and look sharp on the job. ... Less
Reviewed by kaytea from Central New Jersey on Thursday, July 2, 2015
I hope you like ironing your uniforms because this top needs it! Landau makes quality tops/bottoms, though, and this is well-made. It is generously sized so your usual size might seems a bit big. I bought both blue and black tops....the top in black is cute enough, but the blue top shows sweat marks readily so don't wear it in a hot environment. I kept both tops because of the low, low, low price, but would have returned them both due to the wrinkles-issue had they been more expensive.
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