A jack-of-all-trades apron for an added layer of protection. Do you do painting, waiting or cooking? This artisan apron will make you look stylish on the job with contrasting neck and hip bands. Brushes, corkscrews and other utensils can be stashed away in the two front pockets.
Incl. 2 front pockets
With metal eyelet for tying the neck band
Neck and hip band in contrasting colours
Light quality: 3.2 oz
Material: 100% cotton, metal
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