I don't often wear an apron whilst I'm cooking, although I know I should, because I'm a bit messy at times. I usually just have a tea towel stuffed in my jeans pocket for wiping my hands on, mopping up spills and doubling up as an oven glove.
I do, however, wear an apron on Christmas day. I put it on as soon as I get into the kitchen in the morning and don't take it off until I go to bed. They're not always the most attractive of things, and can sometimes be a little stiff, especially when you're attempting to curl up on the sofa with a bellyful of turkey and Prosecco.
This Christmas will be different though, as I'm now the proud owner of a very stylish little number, that could be mistaken for a dress, rather than an apron.
Modelled here by my mini me..
Pinny Girls have a range of six stylish aprons in bold colours and vintage prints, inspired by the 40's, 50's and 60's, with fine tailoring and hand finishing, with each apron coming wrapped in tissue inside a stylish gift box.
"For Goodness Cake"
Pop over to the Pinny Girls website to see the other great designs available, for just £24.99.
I was provided with the apron and oven gloves for the purpose of this review