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Evolution in Apron styles

Aprons have been a cooker's best friends for many years. Indeed aprons were used by both men and women long before they were seen on television in the 1950's. In the olden days it used to be associated with women who were supposed to be the homemakers and one rarely saw them without an apron. It used to be longer than it is today almost like an extra garment worn above the dress. More emphasis was given to its function that was that of protecting the outfit worn inside from gathering dirt from everyday household chores.

As technology grew the length of the apron shortened, and thus knee length aprons began to come into existence. Aprons can be made up of cotton or a mixture of cotton and polyester thus making it easier to wash. Rubber aprons are used in factories. Almost all housemaids, waitresses, butchers are seen sporting aprons.

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