Dress to Impress :: dress-apron vs. apron-dress

Vestidos que se assemelham a aventais, aventais que parecem vestidos… alguns são difíceis de distinguir! Deixo-vos com estas imagens de outros tempos e aproveito para vos desejar *bom fim-de-semana*!
Dresses that look like aprons, aprons that resemble dresses… sometimes it’s hard to tell the difference! I leave you with these pictures from a bygone era and take this chance to wish you a *happy weekend*!

1940’s
1940’s
1940’s
1950’s
1950’s

1950’s
1950’s
1956
1960’s
1960’s
1960’s

1973

3 thoughts on “Dress to Impress :: dress-apron vs. apron-dress

  1. amelie no mori says:

    And to make it even more confusing, some patterns mix both. 🙂
    Thank you for those pictures! I just love the first Simplicity pattern from the 50s: those are adorable aprons, and the fabrics they used are lovely!

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  2. Chantal says:

    It was in the early 60's, I was a little girl… My sister and myself wore dresses as you show in your post ! They were sewed by my grand-mother, or my mother… What lovely rememberings ! Thanks a lot for the nice times I use to spend when visiting your blog. I will come back soon !
    Best regards and so long…

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