You deserve a new apron.
Hosting friends and family for the holidays is the perfect excuse to trade in your well-worn apron for something that's more ready for prime time. These denim ones, all made in the West, are sturdy enough for, say, grilling a turkey (see page 83), yet stylish enough to segue from kitchen to dining room.
Clockwise from top left: The streamlined Porto Alegre apron from GDS Cloth Goods in Oakland features large in-seam pockets ($104; gdsclofhgoods.com). Raw Materials Designs near Seattle makes its Demi-Chef apron--shown in Railroad Stripe--with extra-long waist straps and generous three-section pockets ($59; rawmaterialsdesign. com). The Hatfield vintage blue denim apron from BlueCut in L.A. sports a towel ring, a deep kangaroo pocket for recipes or a phone, and a narrow pocket for thermometers ($87; bluecutaprons.com). L.A.-area Hedley & Bennett makes its Striped Bass apron with silky smooth Italian Berto denim ($95; hedleyandbennett.com).
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|Date:||Nov 1, 2016|
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