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Cross-Back Linen Kitchen Apron with Slate Ties
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Cross-Back Linen Kitchen Apron with Slate Ties

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Studiopatro knows linen. This is the apron you could cook for hours in and not have to take off when guests arrive. Lovely design details, such as nickel-plated grommets and slate gray ties, add to the sleek aesthetic of this highly functional apron: The front has a tie to affix your kitchen towel and a deep pocket for your spoons and odds and ends. And the cross-back straps means the apron hangs comfortably on your body. Go ahead, make a mess in your kitchen.

  • Made in: San Francisco, California
  • Made of: 100% linen with cotton twill ties and sturdy nickel-plated grommets
  • Size: One size fits most; 35" L x 30" W at hips, 10" W at bib, adjustable straps about 60" L; The adjustable straps are very long (about 60"), allowing the apron to be and tied around the front or tied in the back.

Sourced from: Studiopatró

Topics: Holiday Entertaining, Christmas

Machine wash in cold or warm water with a mild detergent (no bleach, please!). Hang to dry or tumble dry on low heat. Ironing is optional because wrinkled or pressed, this apron looks good. Approximately 5% shrinkage will occur with the first wash.

Standard Shipping: Ships out within 3 business days.

Three-Day Shipping: Guaranteed delivery by Friday, October 16.

Additional Shipping Information: Cannot be shipped to U.S. Territories or P.O.Box/APO/FPO/DPO addresses.

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