While June Cleaver and Harriet Nelson were fighting over this apron, I swooped in and took it for you. A wonderful apron for the collector of vintage kitchen linens, this apron is so typical of the 1950s and so beautifully preserved it belongs in a costume exhibition.
It is a gray background with clumps of daisy-like flowers all over and trimmed with narrow red rick-rack and bias binding. It is a peplum shape, has a pocket placed on the diagonal, and wide ties that will make a sassy bow. Not a spot or flaw to be found. This is cotton and was probably chintz that has lost its glaze over the years. No matter your taste in fashion or decor, you will love this apron. And if you wear it while serving guests, expect a zillion questions and comments. Truly smashing.