Let's just say we're familiar with the gender politics of pockets! This incredibly flexible piece is inspired by the "pockets" women used wear to work as an accessory to offset the tiny size, or overall absence of pockets in work clothing during WWII. We love that this accessory transforms any garment into workwear.
Since there are so many aprons out there, we took our time studying patterns of some of our favorite accessories: fanny packs, newspaper delivery bags, and harvest bags to get this shape and style just right. With three hugely accommodating pockets --one facing out, one facing in, and one sandwiched between--this is probably our most flexible piece to date.
We love to wear it as an apron-off center, or slung across our body. You can even fold the length in half if you want something a bit more compact.
For our inaugural run we used an opulent Italian stripe denim. We were lucky to score the last bolts of this stunning textile and only made a limited number for this inaugural run.
- 100% cotton
- Wash with cold water, like colors
- 3 pockets, long ties, one size