It is difficult to wear an apron and still look gorgeous. Thankfully, we have Claire, of the former coffee/tea shop Cups & Mugs, to show us working girls how to work it. As she prepared my pour-over coffee for me, she danced around in that handmade apron, sewn by women in Kenya, and sold in the shop through Amani ya Juu so that all the profits went straight to those women and their fair-trade apron business.
Also, take note of the cut of Claire’s burgundy dress- it is form-fitting down through the waist, allowing for her to tie the apron around her waist without it slipping down or bunching up underneath. It is also made of a stretchier material, so that she can move around easily while she works.