|A French “tablier” for inspiration perhaps.|
Yes and No. Yes I wear my gab trousers, cashmere sweater, scarf and ballerinas even when I don’t leave the house — like now for example as I write this post. Dressing as if I have a real job helps me organize my day and makes everything seem easier.
And no, I don’t change my clothes when I make dinner. I wear an apron, one of those collarbone to mid-calf chef numbers. For years I never donned a tablier, then I noticed all my French girlfriends do. They get up, get dressed and either get out there or stay chez elle but when they cook, they coverup.
|An apron that offers a French lesson for petit dejeuner, breakfast, foods.|
I don’t have any of those message models, but I do own several different colors and patterns. One is a blue ticking stripe; another is navy; another a large, light plaid and yet another a cheery yellow number. I don’t have a serious white one.
|Or, how about a lesson in pâtisseries?|
There are thousands of choices available to protect our “good clothes.” Lots of companies offer the option of customising their aprons.
I sort of consider them another accessory.