The colonial women did the cooking. They wore dresses with aprons.
viking women wore long loose dresses and full length aprons fastned with brooches
Fabric was unheard of for blacks , they took white flour sacks to make aprons, To cover the perhaps only good dress.
they wear APRONS DUDE
they wore knitted pads and aprons the women wore old torn rags
they wore similar clothes as the pilgrims
During the colonial era, bakers would wear puffy hats and aprons. The majority of the bakers were women, so they would normally wear dresses.
The men and children generally did not wear clothing, as the temperature was so warm and they did not have the social conventions that we have today. Women wore deerskin aprons.
They wore thick aprons and bandannas.
In the summer the Shoshone women wore aprons and the men wore loincloth.In the winter they weared clothes from deer hides and in even colder weather they wore buffalo robes.is that allIn the summer Shoshone women wore aprons and men wore loincloths.
the women wore dresses and aprons. the men wore coats, shirts, and pants. Both wore stockings.
All good cooks, chefs and housemaid wear aprons so that they dont dirty their clothing.
boys wear Breechcloth and girls wear aprons
i think to protect contaminating things
light Blue aprons are for ice cream Green aprons are for coffee Brown aprons are blacksmith Red aprons with pizza on them are to flip pizza Black is ninja apron dark blue aprons are for cake Just wear no clothes just the apron or chef hat and dance
any colour they want
to match their checkered aprons
to stop getting blood on there clothes
they wore aprons for work
The men wore deer skin capes but were completely nude. The women wore short deerskin skin skirts and aprons!! i love one direction ;)