Aprons are made for everyone; women, children and men. They are for the young and old, stylish and not so stylish. Although most aprons are made for anyone, there are several styles that a man typically prefers and is seen wearing more.
If a man is purchasing an apron solely for themselves at home, then it will more than likely be a full apron or bib apron, with some sort of personalization or humorous saying on it. A man typically buys an apron for the home to grill in. This provides protection to their clothing from ash, barbeque sauce and other filth.
At restaurants, a waiter may be seen wearing a waist style apron with pockets. A waist style apron has been around for many years and was very fashionable for the ladies to wear over their dresses back in the 50’s. Nowadays, many men can be seen wearing this apron, especially in the restaurant business.
Bistro aprons are also popular among men. They are aprons that start around the waist and go down past the knees. These aprons may also contain pockets and are also commonly found in the restaurant industry.
Men may choose to adorn any style apron they want, but the above just happen to be some of the most preferred.