When I was a little girl, my sister and I had matching jumpers made from what i think was old blue jeans. They had lace on the edges, and one of them had a strawberry on the pocket. After outgrowing our aprons (all too soon), we began to learn more about the magical thing that happens in the kitchen called "cooking". I can distinctly remember, however, that cooking seemed much more enjoyable in my jean apron that snapped in the back.
The other day, as I was perusing possible wedding dress ideas, I stumbled upon an adorable apron on modcloth.com. Strange though it may seem, I had never really considered the idea that there were cute aprons other than the one I had out grown. As it turns out, I was being a bit short sighted. Below are some of my favorite aprons from my online wanderings.
Aprons from modcloth.com, amazon.com, jessiesteele.com, and flirtyaprons.com
Upon realizing all the cuteness to be had in the kitchen, I commented to the smartest that if I had a cute apron I would probably cook a lot more. He responded that if that were the case, he would buy me an apron for every day of the week, as well as the major holidays (I will most definitely post pictures if that promise comes to pass). Until then, I will be satisfied to know that there are many simple pleasures in life; one of which is adorable kitchen-wear.