BlueCut's co-founder, Karam Kim, designed the SJ apron as a tribute to her mother Soo Ja Choo. The apron draws upon a cherished tradition Kim practiced as a child in Seoul, Korea for Parents Day, in which children place handmade red paper carnations, a symbol of love and gratitude, on their parents' chest. This gesture honors parents for their sacrifices and signifies their children's respect and appreciation.
The SJ apron is designed and handcrafted in Los Angeles, California and features an illustration of a pink carnations corsage embroidered on a French linen apron in crimson and comes with cotton straps and antique brass hardware. The apron is the perfect gift for the mother in our lives and serves as a lifelong gesture of gratitude, love, and honor.
20% of sales will go to The Abundance Setting, benefiting working mothers in the restaurant and hospitality industry.