It’s amazing what a nice-looking apron can do for your happiness level when you’re baking. A cute apron can make all the difference, and suddenly “work” isn’t so much work anymore. After all, did Lucille Ball in “I Love Lucy” hate to cook? She never complained that I know of. I’m sure it had something to do with the dress, high heels, and cute apron. ;-)

She’s brave to cook in that dress without a full apron. I would have whatever she’s stirring all over me! lol

Jessie Steele specializes in high-quality, fashionable vintage hostess aprons in a variety of styles and colors. They also have chef’s aprons, children’s aprons, and even salon aprons (how cool is that?) along with coordinating oven mitts, potmitts, and tea towels. Jessie Steele is a truly wonderful place to find a gift for that special someone. Namely, yourself. ;-)

Thanks to Jessie Steele, I received the Bib Audrey style Pink Poppy Fields Apron to review (photo on left). Truly adorable! It’s stylish and feminine, well-made, and fits me beautifully. The bows are a sweet addition, as you can see:

Details, Details:

“Heirloom quality Designer Hostess Apron constructed from a fine Cotton. Ties at waist for easy adjusting. Contrast Bias-trimmed at edges & waistband. Two round-edged waist pockets adorned with flat bows gives this apron a dressed-up feel that makes it appropriate for not just cooking, but for any occasion!

Conclusion: I was impressed with how well it fit and the ease of adjusting. A very nice apron to add to my collection!

Buy it!

You can buy the Bib Audrey Pink Poppy Fields Apron for $32.95 at Jessie Steele.

I received the review product(s) free of charge from the company/manufacturer in exchange for an honest review. This review is 100% my own content, my own true experiences with the product, and my own opinion. :-)

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