Introducing my classic Belgian waiter's apron (fond memories of hot chocolate and waffles in the Grand Place, Brussels).
We were asked to design an apron for a new restaurant in Los Angeles. We supplied 100 natural Orkney L'Aprons™ and they added the embroidered logo. Now, you can wear the same European apron yourself — pas de logo — je m'excuse.
I have given it two capacious pockets divided by a sleek pencil slot. So professional.
34" wide by 27" deep, the new apron comes in natural, white, black, charcoal and indigo Orkney linen and has the traditional long strings for you to tie in front — just remember to fold and tie them together in a loose loop when you wash it.
L'Apron™ is priced at just $50. Such good value you can afford to buy all five colors!
Material: 100% Linen. Heavyweight "Orkney"
one size 34" wide x 27" long
Care: Machine wash, dry outside for preference, do not over-dry. Dampen fabric to make wrinkles disappear.
Our aprons on parade at Samantha’s Taproom and Wood Grill in Little Rock, AK
"My new proving cloth, Rough Linen apron and tea towel."
~ Via Instagram from @bermuda_honey
As seen on bucketsofburlap.com: “The Rough Linen Apron is perfect for working in the garden, or in the kitchen. ”
Athena Calderone in our charcoal apron at the Edible Schoolyard in NYC.
Screen printed aprons on the staff at La Boulange in Los Angeles