New Apron


I have decided that it is time for me to grow up and accept a wisdom of generations and generations of men and women: it makes sense to wear an apron when cooking.

It actually makes sense to wear an apron when cooking, cleaning and crafting. In fact, an apron is a great idea! The amount of tops and sweaters I have ruined by splattering sauce and oil on, is too depressing to think about. So this weekend I wandered into Muji and picked up a great big apron that will hopefully protect me for years to come. I like this one a lot, it is completely without frills and gives great coverage. There is a also similar one at Merci made out of linen, in case you ever are in Paris.

Though I decided that for my first apron a utilitarian approach was better, on the other side of the frill scale, I also love this apron at Anthropologie!

– Emilie

Above a photo of Violette and me making brownies to celebrate my new purchase! The photo was taken by Coco, who loved being the on set photographer.


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Comments (4)

Esther in Amsterdam
October 9, 2012

You look so cute! And Coco is turning out to be one talented photographer — she DID capture the moment there! Love the apron! xxx


Courtney in London
October 9, 2012

SUCH a cute photo of you! And I love that apron. 🙂 xxx


Vanessa
October 9, 2012

Your post put a smile on my face when I read it this morning! It’s really true – wearing an apron makes you feel grown up! Love your choice, enjoy wearing it.


October 10, 2012

I have done this same thing… spoiled so many tops, and I finally bought an apron too.


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