It may be called the Chef’s Apron, but that’s definitely not the only person it’s for.
This is an apron for the flour-nosed bakers, the braai masters and the culinary enthusiasts. It’s for the potters, the painters, the miscellaneous makers. The mad scientists and the weekend gardeners.
It’s even just a great way to inspire some sprucing and spring cleaning around the house. That’s how nice it is to wear.
Like putting on a business suit gets you in the zone for the daily grind, this apron will help you feel ready (and excited) to get down and dirty – in style. It’s sturdy and durable, sufficiently covering up all the bodily surface area in the line of fire for grime. And afterwards, it’s an easy wash.
With adjustable, cross-over straps, it’s the perfect fit for guys and gals, tall and short. It has two deep pockets for any tools needed on-hand, and there’s at least one colourway to appeal to everyone.
Whoever the wearer, whatever the activity – this apron has got you covered.
The Chef’s Apron is designed and woven at the Mungo Mill in Plettenberg Bay, South Africa.