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The Formal Collar Apron is Defined as Debonair Chefwear

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Dec 5, 2011 • References: aistenesterovaite and wannekes
Few members of upper class Western society still employ a cook in the kitchen, but for those who feel too affluent to be caught playing housekeeper, the Formal Collar Apron is sure to designate them as a prosperous breed of food preparation specialists.

Aiste Nesterovaite took inspiration from dignified fashion to design a garment that is obviously intended for a different occasion. Made from a blend of polyester and cotton, the culinary clothing protectors have been tailored with detailed pressed neckbands and a pair of front pockets. The spiffy smock comes in a playful canary yellow, a dapper sandy brown and a classy black. The Formal Collar Apron is truly the tuxedo of all house help ensembles.