Have your brioche, and eat it too, in this macabre and chipper (Un)Just Deserts guillotine-bibbed apron. Featuring a hanging blade that actually shines in the light, and a temptingly sweet chocolate print, this creepy cheesecake apron ties at neck and natural waist. Morbid fashion history: Marie Antoinette did not say "let them eat cake" ("Qu'ils mangent de la brioche"), but following the Revolution there was a fashion for dressing "à la victime," as the wealthy donned red ribbons and shaved their heads like those doomed to execution. Apron band size coordinates to the length of the fabric waist, not including the 25-inch ties, and dictates how much the apron wraps around the wearer. Sample modeled by Annie Bawdy Wansom and Danny Cavalier has a 25-inch band. Need a different length? Get in touch! Photo credit: Dino and the Kid
100% cotton, exclusive of trim and embellishment. For best results, machine wash cold and hang dry. For a crisp look, starch and iron on the reverse side, on medium heat.