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hey chefs hope your businesses are going well 

post #92 of 96

this is good information but i suggest to maybe you should do some research and tell the readers more on what we wear like for instants leather shoes and a hair net or hat also you could of said that we wear long pants and long sleeve shirts with cuffs rolled up:chef:

post #93 of 96
Blue apron for life.
post #94 of 96
When I worked at savoy it was ankle length white aprons tall hats, neckachifes the lot! I lived it at the time. But now I'm all about the blue butchers apron and black skull cap. It really does depend on what you are cooking.
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Originally Posted by paulgreen3 View Post

 Shannon Reed, coats.  She designs chef uniforms in Boston and they are top notch. Her coats for women are very popular.

I always work in classic white coat, black trousers.  I keep a crisply starched coat for FOH.


P.S.   I have NO affiliation with Shannon Reed. 
 


I like the Sharon Reed designs, but the prices infuriate me. Tell me what chef can afford that much for just one chef jacket that's going to get trashed in a month.

I actually emailed them about it, and they never even responded to me.

 

 

I wear 100% cotton women's fitted chef jacket, black slacks or capris. and leather clogs.

“After a good dinner one can forgive anybody, even one's own relations.”
Oscar Wilde

 

 

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“After a good dinner one can forgive anybody, even one's own relations.”
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post #96 of 96
In the kitchen Marcus samuelsson by Mozo shoes(if you havnt heard of them check them out they are awesome), black pants, black coat black skully. If I'm going to be in the dining room, black birkenstocks, black pants, starched gleaming white coat with navy piping and embroidery.
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