This super-soft washed linen apron is perfect for layering over clothes in the kitchen, studio or out in the garden. A beautiful extra layer, functional, stylish and easy to care for, with a crossed back with two useful front pockets.
Eco-friendly and made in Europe the washed nature of this linen means it is delightful to wear and use, it also brings a softness to the colours so you can mix and match any of the shades together, even in unexpected combinations.
CARE: Wash at or below 40° with natural laundry detergent. Hang to dry in the open air or tumble dry to keep your linen soft. Iron not recommended.
100% washed linen is a natural fibre, ecological and
thermoregulatory. Washed finishing brings softness to the colours of
these linens so you can mix and match any of the shades together, even in unexpected combinations!
High-quality eco-friendly textiles that will make you happy for decades, which means you can also leave a lasting inheritance for future generations.
Designer, Cyrille Petibon, loves a full house, afternoon tea by the fireplace, walks in forest or at the sea, warm and cosy beds, Sunday mornings at the market, having coffee at a Parisian terrace, eating organic and meeting people... 5 years ago, she decided to create a home decoration brand 'Linge Particular' that could tell her story.
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