Vintage Aprons- Multiple Options!
Vintage Aprons- Multiple Options!
Vintage Aprons- Multiple Options!
Vintage Aprons- Multiple Options!
Vintage Aprons- Multiple Options!
Vintage Aprons- Multiple Options!
Vintage Aprons- Multiple Options!
Vintage Aprons- Multiple Options!
Vintage Aprons- Multiple Options!
Vintage Aprons- Multiple Options!
Vintage Aprons- Multiple Options!
Vintage Aprons- Multiple Options!
Vintage Aprons- Multiple Options!
Vintage Aprons- Multiple Options!
Vintage Aprons- Multiple Options!
Vintage Aprons- Multiple Options!
Vintage Aprons- Multiple Options!
Vintage Aprons- Multiple Options!
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Vintage Aprons- Multiple Options!

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Manage messy hands in the kitchen with a washable apron instead of paper towels! Vintage aprons add style, save waste, are washable, and protect clothes better!

Size & Variations

  • 1970s Orange & Brown Choo Choo Train: Measures approx. 21" across when laid flat. Length from top shoulder to hem is 24" This one's more of a smock style apron with a deep roomy pocket, and a button at the top near the back collar.
    • There is a second buttonhole near the bottom but the button is missing. Corner of the pocket is slightly worn (see photo) but no holes or stains. Very cute, unique pattern!
    • 1950s/ 1960s Red, Pink & White Half Apron with Tie Waist: Measures 17" across the top + each tie adds another 20". Width at the bottom hem is 26.5" across. Length is approx. 18.5"
      • Beautiful pocket detail and scalloped edges on the bottom. There are a few spots on the left front and one of the tie strings, see photos-- may come out with bleaching but didn't want to mess with it. Get something cute for an affordable price that you don't have to be too precious about!

      Care

      --Machine wash, preferably on cold
      --Tumble dry low

      End of Life 

      With proper care & any necessary mending, this apron should last a long time. However, if it becomes worn beyond repair, you can upcycle the fabric, donate it to an arts & crafts center, send to textile recycling such as Terracycle, or compost cotton material with compost for non-edible plants