Our handmade aprons with pockets will reduce your carbon footprint and keep your t-shirt clean. Win-win 🙂


  • We reuse textiles instead of wasting them since most of the materials are perfectly fit for reuse in new designs. That is why we transform discarded jeans and tablecloths, into cool aprons with pockets.
  • We use food waste such as avocado skins and pits to make a natural dye of beautiful pink shades.


  • The apron is designed with two strips of cloth that are tied at the back and adjustable around the neck.
  • The aprons come with jean pockets that are perfect for keeping in your cell phone or kitchen towel. 
  • The advantage of bib apron design is that it makes it especially simple to put on the apron.



  • Unisex Adjustable Aprons. 

By buying our aprons you are contributing to our mission towards waste-free fashion! 

➡️ ON-DEMAND. This ordering option allows you to order items on a case-by-case basis. Contact us ✉️ info@sita-nena.com

Zero-waste aprons is the result of a collaboration with WAIR | Waste-free fashion

  • WAIR uses discarded textiles that are deemed unfit for reuse to make the sneakers. This gives each pair a unique story. By upcycling textiles, they are saving these precious resources from being wasted and minimizes the use of new textiles.


“We transform discarded jeans and workwear, into modern and affordable sneakers.”

➡️ SHOP the collection! 100% vegan, sustainable, upcycled, ethical, natural. Made in Portugal | Designed in Copenhagen.

    • An apron is a garment that is worn over other clothing and covers mainly the front of the body. Apron styles can be practical, fashionable, and sentimental. There are many different apron forms depending on the purpose of the apron. A basic distinction is between waist aprons, which cover the body from the waist down, and bib aprons, which also cover the upper part of the body.
      • The bib apron (also known as the “French chefs apron” or a “barbecue apron”) has been worn for centuries. The bib apron’s humble beginnings began when people used scraps of fabric to make a bib-like covering that slipped over the neck and tied at the back. The bib apron became the most-used apron and is now offered in a multitude of variations, colors, detailing and fabrications. | Source: wikipedia