When I was little, my parents once said that I would argue that black was white.
Well I tried to convince them that black was indeed white, but I doubt they agreed with my logic.
In honour of that impeccable logic, I present to you my latest monochrome vintage finds.
I couldn't believe my luck when I found this apron at an op shop.
It's marked "50 % cotton, 50 % PVC, Kaleidoscope, made in England, Sally Gregory (Hesper)".
It looks like an original 1970s print of the Pied Piper.
Sheer Virtu tunic with an art deco lace print.
Vamp paisley top.
"Veronica Scott patterns for Elizabeth the dressmaking doll"
Includes patterns for a 19 inch Pedigree doll's halter-neck evening dress, housecoat, petticoat and cami-knicker.
Published by Style Patterns Ltd., 4, Gt. Portland Street, London, W. 1.
My mother had a similar dress in the 1950s, in bright coral satin.
Hers was human-size though! I wish she'd kept it.
Sadly she's no longer sround to argue with, but I bet she's enjoying the peace and quiet.