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Vintage Mexican Holiday Cookwear
The Day of the Dead Apron is 1950s Pin-Up Chic for Home Cooks


By: Nikki Taylor (Star) Nov 28, 12
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You know longer have to be embarrassed about being seen in your cooking garments when wearing the vintage Day of the Dead apron.

The graffiti sheath resembles the fitted frilled dresses worn by 1950s pin-up girls. Black and white polka dots take over the background of the cloth. Images of skulls and skeletons in sombreros out for a nice summer stroll resemble the images that are found all over the streets for the Dia de los Muertos holiday in Mexico. This sassy number even has a deep pocket for you to stuff your appliances in while you mull around the kitchen getting your dishes ready. 

If you add a tulle tutu underneath you could try your hand at wearing the Day of the Dead apron as a patterned dress, if you dare. 



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