Aprons for Women

When you are cooking up a storm in the kitchen, a glass of wine and vintage style apron will make you feel the part of a domestic goddess. Fortunately, aprons have come a long way and there are a range of choices to put some glamour (and function) back into your dinner party.

Here is a selection of fun, and unique aprons. From quirky to beautiful we have found something to suit:

From Prue Trollope is this Alice Rosy Floral Apron which has a bit of everything girly – dots, flowers and frills. Made from 100% crisp cotton, these aprons have adjustable ties (neck and sides) so are a one size fits most design.


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There is a matching child’s apron also available.
The Ladies apron has an RRP of $40.00 /Get it at: Prue Trollope

Jessie Steel is a popular American brand but is now available in Australia at Food Guru. This Cherry Cupcakes Apron is just one of the designs in the range – and you won’t be able to choose a favourite because they are all just too darn cute. A fun fact, these aprons were featured in Sex and The City 2 and Desperate Housewives.

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Feminine with a retro twist!
The Cherry Cupcakes apron has an RRP of $41.00 /Get it at: Food Guru

Swish Lily sell Poppy Lou aprons, which are easily wipeable as they are made from PVC. Each comes in a girl’s size and a mum size so if you have a daughter or niece you can cook together without worrying about mess.

vintage collection kids aprons
Shabby chic, the girls are taking over the kitchen!
The Poppy Lou aprons have an RRP of $15.00 for girls and $25.00 for women /Get it at: Swish Lily

Smitten aprons are handmade and this one is a cupcake design (can you tell we love cupcakes?!). These are made from 100% cotton and the fabrics used are purchased in Australia.

smitten

Head over to Smitten, they have lots of beautiful gift ideas and some cute “smitts” too.
The cupcake apron is $30.00 / Get it at Smitten

This Red Wren apron from Mozi features the brand’s signature bird. They are made from 100% cotton and the design is screen printed. These are not quite as girly as some of the other picks, so if you want a little sleeker then this could be for you.

redwren apron

Also have a look at the Mozi peg aprons, an innovative little design!
The Red Wren apron is $34.95 / Get it at Mozi

Hard to Find have two longer style aprons including this Chocolate Cupcake Recipe design by Zambella. It’s a very clever idea to wear your recipe!

Choc cupcake Apron

The second design available features a scale.
The Chocolate Cupcake apron is $74.50 / Get it at Hard to Find

A quirky apron is the Chef’s Apron from Hoity Toity. This would suit a casual summer BBQ and is simple but fun. This one is pink but there is a selection of colours to choose from. 100% cotton.

girl chef
A male version is also available.
The Chef’s apron is $25.00 / Get it at Hoity Toity

For a half waist apron, look no further than Once Apron a Time. This is their dotted Ready to Bake design and the entire range is handmade in Australia from 100% cotton. Vintage design at its best.

ready to bake

You will want to keep this on long after the cooking is completed!
The Ready to Bake apron is $38.50 / Get it at Once Apron a Time

Ryn and Cordie have just released two new aprons with taglines, and “Why is My Glass Empty” speaks for itself. These aprons are packed with personality and would be a cheeky, yet appreciated, gift for your bestie. Made from chocolate brown cotton twill, the text is embroidered pink.

WhyIsMyGlassEmptyApron

Also available, “I Don’t Need a Hug, I Just Need a Glass of Wine”.
The Ryn and Cordie Aprons are $16.95 each / Get it at Ryn and Cordie

Miss Pretty design both half and full sized aprons. This one is called Just Like Old Times and you will feel like you are instantly transported back in time when you put it on. Made from cotton drill, it’s mustard daisy with olive trim.

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Kids designs are also available for purchase.
The Miss Pretty Aprons are $34.95 for full ladies apron, or $29.95 for half size / Get it at Miss Pretty

 

Do you wear an apron? What’s your cooking style??

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