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I just love aprons–I truly do not own enough of them! But they are the sort of thing that I don’t tend to buy for myself terribly often. I should, and in the future I probably will, but so far, I’ve been too practical. (Ironically! LOL!) I tend to own aprons that I can toss in the wash, because I use aprons for their original purpose–to attract the splatter. (I’m a bit of a messy cook.)

Anyway, while toodling around on Etsy, I came across these beauties. They are probably too cute to survive my kitchen for long, but I do love them… and thought I’d share a few of my favorites. (If you want to see where to buy them, just click the photo.)


1950’s housewife–this one might be the perfect blend between cute and functional.


“Mrs. Johns” would go nicely on this one. ๐Ÿ˜‰


I own two aprons much like this one–pastel pink and pastel yellow. They have survived surprisingly well, but whatever shirt I wear with them, doesn’t. ๐Ÿ˜‰


Unique and pretty. But how would you wash it??


I don’t know why, but this one makes me feel happy just looking at it. ๐Ÿ˜‰ Maybe it’s because it looks like it’s been starched.


I Love Lucy inspired


This one is so pretty that my morbid imagination immediately goes to my splattering, simmering spaghetti sauce.

Would you use a pretty, frilly apron? Or is it not practical enough to survive your kitchen, either?