The Cleaning Lady

Favorite aprons and accessories

I don’t usually write about fashion in this blog but I must say, the world of aprons has finally evolved.  What used to be limited to the same old, unshapely butcher’s apron with maybe a logo or a funny saying like “kiss the cook,” has grown into something more, well, fitting.  Take a look at Jesse Steele’s products like the apron above or these decorative rubber gloves, for under $10 no less!

Jesse Steele also has a line of professional aprons for chefs but also coated ones for stylists and hair colorists.

I love the retro look and the fact that you can wear these while cleaning and cooking and look good!  I am one to wear an apron all the while I am cooking, which usually continues while my guests are here. I am always still at the stove, chopping or whipping while talking with friends, and I would prefer that it didn’t get on my outfit that is hiding underneath, to be unveiled at dinner time.  I love the idea of doing it in style.

Another site I found that I like is called Flirty Aprons, that also has some cute retro style aprons like this one here:

The Rosie Ann Shop, which I found on Etsy.com, has aprons with such full coverage that you could almost wear it with nothing underneath! I love these because they allow for a woman with a full bust to wear a full apron and have it look flattering.

PriceWiseFavors.com has a great option to personalize this apron which comes with matching gloves.  What a great gift idea!

Most sites also have half aprons and matching gloves as well.

I say ladies, it’s time to update your aprons and gloves if you haven’t in a while.  You can look great while you cook and clean, you domestic goddess you!


4 Responses to “Favorite aprons and accessories”

  1. Those are amazing finds! Aprons are so in right now…. I love that first one.

  2. Darlene says:

    Take a look at mine. did you ever get the one I made for you in Jan 2012

  3. Catherine says:

    These aprons are lovely but I am looking for aprons made out of terry cloth. I can’t find them anywhere on the web. I can’t dry my hands on these cotton aprons. They don’t absorb. I have two terry cloth aprons that are thread bare after so much use and I’m getting desperate. I don’t sew worth a darn ( no pun intended ) so I won’t be making any aprons. Any suggestions as to where I can find terry cloth aprons? THANK YOU!

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