Hable Construction - aprons
Yes, I do a little bit of baking. I'll even cook at times if I need to. While I'm not claiming to be a domestic goddess by any means, I can at least look the part while preparing for upcoming holiday parties. Recently I made a fantastic purchase in hopes of it inspiring me to become an overnight chef success. Anthropologie's 3-D Toile Full Apron is a pretty sweet deal! It's not your grandmother's "kitchenwear" either. The apron I bought has gorgeous ruffles and ruching; I found myself not wanting to take it off when I was done baking. I wore it this past Thanksgiving, while I whipped up my pumpkin gingerbread trifle. My dessert was a hit, but that didn't mean I came out of the kitchen unharmed. Thank god the apron was machine washable! Holiday cookie time is upon us, and I plan on wearing it to protect my clothing. The apron is so cute; I swear it makes me want to find another excuse to wear it. Maybe I'll attempt a roast... with the number of a good take-out places within my reach! Head over to WhatsWear for more festive finds for a fashionable holiday season!
Mama always said the best way to a man's heart is through his stomach. Knowing how to prepare a good meal can be pretty sexy -- not to mention fun, and more importantly, tasty! When something like food is always on the brain, there's nothing better than someone who can cure your fix with the steady use of a few tools. Cooking isn't always simple: there's a lot of prep and a lot of heart to it. Dressing it all up can make it a bit easier. Style you can wear can be just as important as style you can use, as both can be as expressive as Grandma's fresh-baked apple pie. Even the best recipe for success will suffer if you don't have the stuff to keep your kitchen stocked and happy. If you've got a knack for crafting with stoves, pots and knives, or like me, like to pretend you do, check out these cute picks for showing people just how cute you can be in your kitchen!