Some of you may be wondering: Why is a Nurse uniform considered “sexy”? Indeed, just like many other outfits such as Qipao, the origin of the nurse uniforms are rather decidedly not very sexy – instead they were created to be modest and practical, not showing much skin at all. Indeed, you could say they are more related to sickness or tragedy, since you only go to hospitals when you are too ill for a general practitioner to cure!
To understand why Nurse Outfits have an element of charm, we must go back into history. The rise of Nurse Outfits started just around the time of after World War 2. Of course, as you know, war is a very miserable and tragic experience for those involved. Many men are injured in the war have to be sent to hospitals, where they are taken care by nurses.
Because they are separated from their families and friends for a long time, it was not a surprise that these men became attached to their nurses, who were there to soothe their pain while they recover from their injuries. As the military lifestyle is very skewed towards a ratio of more men than women, it was quite likely that these nurses were literally the only women they had been contact with for months or even years, and felt a strong bond towards them. Even after the war ended, they carried along their feelings with them as they returned to civilian life and that is why it gained popularity.
In terms of aesthetics, nurse outfits have a primary white colour scheme. This simple nature is nonetheless very appealing because it is not “overcrowded” – the charm of a nurse is innocent, purity and kindness, which is exactly what many people think of the colour white. These are all very attractive elements to many men and explain a lot of the outfit’s popularity.
We hope you find this to be interesting information about the appeal of such clothing. If you are interested in picking up one for your own use, feel free to browse our online shop, we’re sure to have what you desire in stock!