wafu linen clothing
We've finished to make this chef coat!
I, CEO Watanuki, think "we are going to the only company for linen aprons!" Employees guess that I try to be "an apron maniac".
We've made a kappogi (Japanese apron), basic aprons so far ... and now!
Obviously linen is perfect material for chef apron because it protects chefs from fire and also it's very absorbent and quick-drying.
Can you come up with any material that fits "chef coat" except for linen?!
We are wondering who is going to buy this apron though.
However, we are sure that this coat and apron help people get motivated with making something delicious!!
Slit on the cuffs
100% Belgian Linen
Color: Flax Beige
It gets softer and more comfortable after multiple washes. Dyed linen may transfer color and lint when first washed. Please wash it separately to avoid color transfer. After a few washes there will be minimal to no color transfer. It may have nep (pilling) on the surface. *The color of the fabric may vary slightly due to production.
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[model size and review]
Model : 168cm,64kg/Bust:94cm,Shoulder width:45cm
Model Size : M-L in Japan
It fits me really well with enough room! The sleeve is slightly long because it should be folded up. The hem comes above my hip line.
Women/Height168/Japanese L size
This coat is slightly roomy but comfortable even around the standing collar. The sleeve comes above my wrist with it folded. Apron is below-knee length on me.
It's roomy on me but fine with the belt tied and the cuffs rolled up. I looked like an actual chef with this coat!!
The fit is flattering especially around my chest and I love this design that makes me feel like I'm a serious chef and good at cooking (it's not true though). This definitely takes me to the kitchen!
It's right size on me. The sleeve is slightly longer but it doesn't matter after folding the cuffs up. The hem hits my hip. This chef coat and apron help me get motivated to cook something well for my family!