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What You'll Get
Human beings are creatures of layers—with skin protecting insides, clothes protecting skin, aprons protecting clothes, and thick layers of spaghetti sauce protecting aprons. Keep textiles shielded in style with this voucher.
- $15 for $30 worth of kitchen apparel
Apparel includes women’s aprons such as the striped and polka-dotted Pink Chocolate, men’s aprons such as the fire-engine-red Grill Sergeant, and the practical elegance of ruffled black leopard rubber gloves. Kids can also shield themselves from food fragments with children’s aprons and bibs.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 180 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person. Limit 1 per order. Online only. Must use promotional value in 1 order. Shipping not included, but may use voucher value toward shipping. Must purchase apron in order to purchase gloves. Extra fee for shipping. Shipping information can be found here. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Flirty Aprons
Flirty Aprons protects outfits from cooking mishaps with more than 50 fashionable coverings that have earned the company mentions from TV shows and media outlets including Better Homes and Gardens and the Los Angeles Times. Women’s aprons come in unique styles—including original and Marilyn—all designed to hug curves and flatter the female figure. Original aprons embody the spirit of the 1950s with a rounded, ruffled cut that keeps cooks comfortable thanks to two layers of cotton and a thick, extra-long waist-tie. Single-layer Marilyn styles channel vintage starlets with tiered or A-line skirts and intricate design elements such as decorative pockets and machete sheathes. Little cooks as young as 3 may don aprons their own size that express a youthful style sense or match with their mothers. Men’s aprons, meanwhile, shield grill masters from errant sauce stains with durable fabric decked in whimsical slogans such as “BBQ King” and “I Like Big Buns.”