A Lord Mayor once made jest with one of his cooks telling her that the apron was what kept her clothes clean in the same manor that his faceless assassins kept his hands and so she had spent more time with a blade than he. She later poisoned his food.
You’ve been baking all day, preparing the meat pies sold in your shop window. Flour cakes your arms up to your elbows, and as you wipe at your face with the corner of your Apron, you leave more flour on your face. As you prepare another crust, you see a pair of small hands nabbing a pie from your counter.
You are well versed in pie-thieves. Wielding your rolling pin, you thwack the would-be thief across the knuckles. The halfling squeals in pain, running out the shop door as you return to baking. Good riddance!
Epic Armoury’s Apron is a short garment designed to be worn as a protective top layer for the front of the body. Made from medium cotton, this apron reaches from the waist to the thighs and features two convenient pockets. A decorative hemline in bright yellow fabric has been added to the bottom edge, giving the illusion of more layers to your costume.
Secure the Apron by tying the cotton straps around your waist. While considered a practical layer to protect your costume, this is also a great way to add complexity and depth to your kit. Easily match this garment with other Epic Armoury clothing in order to best fit your unique character.
- Aprons have been used since ancient times for practical, decorative, and ritualistic purposes
- Term comes from the French word naperon, which means “small tablecloth”
- During the medieval ages, aprons were sometimes decorated to indicate a man’s trade
|Maintenance:||Delicates wash only. Do not tumble dry.|