How to Dress Like a Doctor
Of course, becoming a doctor takes a lot of studying and training. But you don't have to become a doctor to dress like one! Here's how:
Find a cute v-neck shirt and matching colored pants to look like scrubs. If you want real scrubs, find a local store that sells them.
Go to a store to find a first aid kit. This can imitate things that a vet might have or carry around. You can also get a pretend one.
Find a lab coat or something to imitate one. Maybe a long white coat or jacket.
Females, pull your hair back. Males don't need to worry about it, as that is normally how you see doctors.
Put your kit together. Make it organized well. A doctor is always organized.
Put your clothes on and then the lab coat. Make sure there are no wrinkles!
Be neat. A doctor is never dirty. Cut your nails, comb your hair, brush your teeth, and wash your hands daily.
Wear plastic gloves. Doctors don't like passing germs. They always wear gloves to protect their patents. Find plastic gloves at a pharmacy or Dollar Tree. They are really cheap and you might already have some.
Have a stethoscope around your neck. Some doctors wear a stethoscope around their necks for fast and easy keeping. Real stethoscopes are pretty pricey, but fake, plastic, and pretend ones are a few bucks.
Look sophisticated! Play and act like a doctor. Take some photos acting as a doctor!
- If you don't have any plastic gloves, use real gloves that are soft.
- Try researching online how doctors look. See what pants, shirts, coats, and accessories they wear.
- Don't wear any rings or any jewelry. Doctors don't wear jewelry for safety reasons. They are hard and may hurt someone or choke them.
- Wear clean shoes or sneakers. Dirty shoes with mud may bring viruses and not show the precise way of doctors.
- Ask a parent to help if needed.
Things You'll Need
- A v-neck shirt
- Money (optional)
- A ponytail holder, hair clip, etc.