Red apron is better when it's good
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Introducing the "Red Apron is Better When it's Good" by Atelier TB, exclusively available at Everyday Uniforms. This chef apron is a creation of Emmanuelle Jary, the brain behind the program "It's Better When it's Good". Not only does it look good on you, but every purchase of this apron will contribute to the noble cause of providing breakfasts for a school year to underprivileged children in Paris.
Crafted with 100% natural cotton fabric, this baby apron comes in a special red shade that's perfect for lovers of the culinary arts. The bib and pockets are adorned with brown imitation leather for an elegant touch. The braids of this chef wear apron come with a pressure system to ensure the perfect fit. You can also adjust the length of the apron by removing or passing the braids through the metal eyelets.
This apron is made entirely in Vosges, France, from weaving to cutting, assembly, and embroidery. The logo of Emmanuelle Jary's show is beautifully embroidered on this apron, making it an ideal partner for creating delicious recipes. The dimensions of this apron are 85cm in height and 80cm in width.
If you're looking for the best chef aprons with pockets, look no further than Everyday Uniforms. This apron is designed to be versatile, durable, and easy to wear. You can also find other apron styles on our website, including denim aprons, shop aprons, aprons for women, chefs aprons, cooking aprons for women, and kitchen chef aprons. With our range of aprons, you'll be able to find the perfect fit for your culinary needs. Order your "Red Apron is Better When it's Good" today and become a part of a good cause.
Do you want to get to know the people behind the making of our pieces? We present them to you a little below . a little below . .
Know-how kept in good hands.Here is the team behind the manufacture of our products.
Élodie takes care of the cutting of the fabrics, Sophie manages the sewing, the hems or even the laying of the pockets when Sandrine checks that no thread protrudes from the embroidery.
And all these steps take place under the expert eye of our production managers Cathie and Pauline.
This is how more than 53 passionate little hands work every day to reinvent the French textile industry in our Spinalien workshop.