“The calm before the storm – Miranda” – Chef-Style Apron

Great chefs require great style – and this personalized apron delivers. Featuring snow-white loop & ties, this apron is made with 100% pre-shrunk polyester canvas – an ideal material for keeping splashes and stains at bay while you create tasty meals.

.: 100% polyester canvas
.: One side print
.: White strap color
.: Tie-back closure
.: One size


  One size
Width, in 23.50
Length, in 33.19
Strap length, in 32.09


Based on Fi Marks’ original painting of Miranda. Flora was a Roman goddess associated with flowers, vegetation, fertility, and spring.

 Her story is intertwined with the mythological tale of Chloris, a nymph who transformed into Flora after being married to Zephyrus, the west wind.

Flora was granted dominion over blossoms and became the goddess of flowers and the season of spring.

 She was revered during the festival of Floralia, celebrated in late April and early May, which honoured her with floral offerings, lively processions, and games.

Flora was considered a symbol of fertility, renewal, and the blooming of nature. Her presence in Roman mythology is often associated with the beauty and abundance of the natural world.