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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.)

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

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“Mrs. Johns” would go nicely on this one. 😉

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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. 😉

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

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

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I Love Lucy inspired

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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?

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