Pinafore

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A pinafore (colloquially a pinny in British English) is a sleeveless garment worn as an apron.wikipedia
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Jumper (dress)

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A related term is pinafore dress (known as a jumper in American English), i.e. a sleeveless dress intended to be worn over a top or blouse.
Also, in more formal British usage, a distinction is made between a pinafore dress and a pinafore.

Scrimmage vest

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In modern times, the term "pinny" or "pinnie" has taken another meaning in sports wear, namely a training tabard or scrimmage vest, double-sided short apron, often made of mesh, used to differentiate teams.
A scrimmage vest, sometimes referred to as a pinnie, is a piece of clothing or sportswear, often made of mesh, used in practices as a substitute for a sports team's usual uniform or to differentiate temporary teams in informal scrimmages.

H.M.S. Pinafore

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The title of the piece comically applies the name of a garment for girls and women, a pinafore, to the fearsome symbol of a warship.

Apron

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In modern times, the term "pinny" or "pinnie" has taken another meaning in sports wear, namely a training tabard or scrimmage vest, double-sided short apron, often made of mesh, used to differentiate teams. A pinafore (colloquially a pinny in British English) is a sleeveless garment worn as an apron. Tabards are also used by large retail stores to indicate employees.
Part of the Line of Stalls Extending Along the River Mayn” by Mary Ellen Best shows a mother in a highly decorated and colorful apron and her daughter in a green pinafore apron.

Pinafore eroticism

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* Pinafore eroticism
Clothing considered female include a bra, panties, tights, stockings, corset, petticoat, pinafore (often in the style of a French maid), dress (often extremely short or revealing, often with lock), skirt (often a mini/micro skirt), shoes (often Mary Janes or heels), etc. Other items include nail polish, choker (close fitting necklace), etc.

British English

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A pinafore (colloquially a pinny in British English) is a sleeveless garment worn as an apron.

Personal protective equipment

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Pinafores may be worn as a decorative garment and as a protective apron.

American English

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A related term is pinafore dress (known as a jumper in American English), i.e. a sleeveless dress intended to be worn over a top or blouse.

Blouse

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A related term is pinafore dress (known as a jumper in American English), i.e. a sleeveless dress intended to be worn over a top or blouse.

Smock-frock

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Pinafores are often confused with smocks.

Bodice

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The pinafore differs from a smock in that it does not have sleeves and there is no back to the bodice.

Bib (garment)

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Pinafores have complete front shaped over shoulder while aprons usually have no bib, or only a smaller one.

German language

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In German, for example, there is no precise term for pinafore.

Sportswear (activewear)

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In modern times, the term "pinny" or "pinnie" has taken another meaning in sports wear, namely a training tabard or scrimmage vest, double-sided short apron, often made of mesh, used to differentiate teams.

United Kingdom

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This usage is chiefly British, with some usage in Canada and the United States.

United States

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This usage is chiefly British, with some usage in Canada and the United States.

Superstore (TV series)

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Tabards are also used by large retail stores to indicate employees.

Lye

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Buttons were frequently damaged by lye soap, which was one reason why dresses were not laundered very often.