Once upon a time, in French elementary schools, children used to wear this… The tablier is back!

The former school uniform turned vintage kids clothing is this practical, yet very proper accessory: little girls can wear this chic apron over their regular clothes every day at school, or at home for activities such as painting, gardening or cooking.

Not only the Caroline school smock adds this Je ne sais quoi to a little girl’s casual wardrobe, but it protect the under clothes from the daily routine (food, ink, paint, dirt) and is machine washable up to 40 degrees. The plus: it can be personalized with an embroidered name on request.

From age 2 to 16 Y. O.

PS: French brand and website Le Tablier d’Ecole

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A word from Le Tablier d’Ecole

French School Smocks, traditional overall outfits for boys and girls in primary and secondary schools in France, from the 1920s

Sizes:  from age 2 to 16 years old
(2 a – 4 a – 6 a – 8 a- 10 a – 12 a – 14 a – 16 a)

100% cotton

The Caroline style comes in 4 different blue versions (white and blue gingham, light denim, dark denim and navy blue) and other colors

Option to add a customized embroidery (Name+Surname)’


Source (translated): French School Smock, Caroline @Le Tablier d’Ecole

A perfect gift for a                       #Kid

See also French School Smock for girls, Camille @Le Tablier d’Ecole

See also French School Smock for boys, Charlemagne @Le Tablier d’Ecole

 

French School Smock, Caroline @Le Tablier d’Ecole – Anything Blue

French School Smock, Caroline @Le Tablier d’Ecole – Anything Blue

 

French School Smock, Caroline @Le Tablier d’Ecole – Anything Blue

French School Smock, Caroline @Le Tablier d’Ecole – Anything Blue

 

French School Smock, Caroline @Le Tablier d’Ecole – Anything Blue

French School Smock, Caroline @Le Tablier d’Ecole – Anything Blue