Cross Linen Apron
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An apron that's tied and true.
Staying tidy in the kitchen and looking sharp shouldn't be mutually exclusive. This Japanese-inspired cross linen apron—in beige, blue, or black—is a good example of doing both at once. Our favorite part is that it just crosses over your back, with no need to grapple around with strings and ties and knots.
It's comfortable to wear and easy to take on and off, and it features an oversized pocket for spoons or anything else you need to keep handy.
Photography by James Ransom and Rocky Luten
Details & Materials -
100% European linen
39" long; pocket is 9" x 7" (the apron will fit approximately sizes XS through a large M)
Care & Notes -
Machine wash cold, line dry, iron when slightly damp.
Meet the Maker
Objective creates functional objects that explore prints, textures, and color combinations. Their sources of inspiration are ancient techniques of sewing and dyeing, handcrafted objects, natural textiles, and Japanese design. Objective respects people and businesses that make products by hand and they feel proud to be one of them.View Full Profile
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