Anthropologie’s Apron: Too Pretty for Cooking?

Have a close look…some of the details aren’t as they appear.

April Fool’s apron, $19.95 (on sale!), Anthropologie


6 Comments on “Anthropologie’s Apron: Too Pretty for Cooking?”

  1. Molly says:

    I have an anthro apron that my cuter than cute boyfriend gave me for Christmas – the bottom part is cream tiered ruffles and the top is cream and grey stripes – and I cook in it ALL the time 🙂 He told me that the splatter marks build character!

    • Jordana says:

      Cream and ruffles…everything a good apron should be! Any fave recipes you’d like to share Molly?
      Mine (from Spain, not Anthro) has ruffles too…and it’s black & red polka dots. I feel like a flamenco dancer when I wear it…and sometimes I break out into a dance while I’m waiting for the water to boil or the cookies to bake. TMI?

  2. Daniela Del Rosso says:

    HMMMM….maybe this will inspire me to cook more….?

  3. Silvia says:

    It’s too pretty to wear it for cooking.
    By adding a pair of black leggings you can wear it to a party!!!!!!! In all seriousness, it is too pretty to wear while cooking. I doubt all the oil and sauce stains would come off. This apron would look very nice at one of the Canadian Tire Christmas commercials. Where the hostess runs to open the door half dressed — ha, ha, ha. Very nice though.

    • Jordana says:

      ha ha ha…pairing it with black leggings and wearing it to a party. hmm…that would be interesting. the way I cook this apron would get dirty in an instant. but isn’t that what “tide to go” is for?

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