For everyone out there who is putting a Thanksgiving feast on the table today…why not do so in style? That is not to say you should throw on tranny platforms and a sequin jumpsuit—though I would not argue—but perhaps an understated black dress, tights and lace-up booties to acknowledge the holiday. Cover it all up with a timeless apron, like today’s Anthropologie option, and you can cook your turkey in vogue.
If you are afraid of your kitchen, this apron might just inspire you to tackle a recipe or two. A nod to 1950s housewife style, it is polka-dotted to perfection and capable of bringing out the homemaker in all of us. Have a holiday dinner party coming up? Slip it on over whatever you’re wearing and concoct your favorite sweet treat or stir up a dish from the American Fashion Cookbook. When seasonal anxiety starts to get the best of you, do as I do and bake your cares away. xoRZ
Availability: Anthropologie The Lady’s Apron ($32).
Known best for his eclectic designs that emanate a sense of refined femininity, it’s only fitting that Peter Som has recently teamed up with Anthropologie to produce a premiere collection of frocks, skirts and blouses galore. With a price point […]