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Oh Joy aprons by Hedley and Bennett | photo by Bonnie Tsang

Oh Joy aprons by Hedley and Bennett | photo by Bonnie Tsang

Oh Joy aprons by Hedley and Bennett | photo by Bonnie Tsang

After our trip to the Hedley & Bennett studio, Ellen put together our custom aprons and came over to show us how to tie the ribbons around the front (to hold extra towels while you're cooking). Ellen and Ruby had a great time making some very fancy dishes in Ruby's little kitchen.

Oh Joy aprons by Hedley and Bennett | photo by Bonnie Tsang

Oh Joy aprons by Hedley and Bennett | photo by Bonnie Tsang

Ellen chose a Japanese denim for my apron because I'm currently obsessed with chambray right now, and this is like the apron version of my current favorite shirt. Since I wear so much pattern on a daily basis, we added just a touch of pattern as a nod to Ruby's striped apron.



Oh Joy aprons by Hedley and Bennett | photo by Bonnie Tsang

Ruby's striped apron is also made from Japanese denim, and Ellen topped off both of them with a muted red strap as a nod to the color ruby. ;) And the coolest partโ€”Ellen is selling a limited batch of the Joy and Ruby apron styles (or as a set) she made for us over at Brika.

P.S. The team over at Brika (who support makers just like Ellen) and Madewell (one of my favorite clothing brands) are offering a special opportunity for one lucky person (and a guest!) to win a trip to Austin to meet a Brika maker, collaborate on an exclusive art print, get a Madewell shopping spree, and stay at an awesome hotel. Click here to check it out!

{Photos by Bonnie Tsang. Special thanks to Ellen Bennett. This post is in collaboration with Brika and Madewell. Ruby's outfit: top by Tea Collection (past season), leggings by My Moon. My outfit: Top by Madewell (past season).}

28 comments

  1. How adorable! I remember making an apron for my son with a dishtowel and matching square potholder for the top. (Superman of course)I see cookie dough in your future! That’s one sweet future.

  2. Joy, can you tell me where you got the blue rug? I’m on the hunt for something similar. Thank you!
    Carrie

  3. Adorable! My little girl is a few months younger than Ruby. She loves to mimic what I’m doing in the kitchen. Can you share where the mini kitchen is from? I’m looking for one Santa can leave under the tree. And we might need the aprons too!

  4. So sweet! We have the same pots and pans in our little kitchen, which is one of the most udes toys in our home. My Eva has a chef jacket and big silly chef hat, but I think an apron is in order too! Love the ones you guys chose.

  5. I find joy just reading your ‘hers and mine’ posts. It’s been a fun witnessing your journey together as mom and daughter! x

  6. Very nice tiles. Your interior is simply classic and clean. I love the blue theme of the room. And the unique tile pattern in nice. I have a three year old daughter too and this gives me an idea for some fun bonding time!

  7. I always wondered how people tied their aprons in front, you learn something new everyday. ๐Ÿ™‚
    The aprons are lovely and this series of photos are super cute (and made me a little envious of Ruby, I would have loved a kitchen when I was little. ๐Ÿ™‚

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