The Good Mourning Pinafore Dress is a black pinafore dress featuring poetry written by Brocarde. The poem entitled Good Mourning is embroidered across the front bib of the pinafore and surrounded by embroidered hearts.
The poem reads:
“Dare I say breakfast?
Darling, you can say anything you desire…
perhaps that’s part of the problem.
Sunset had never looked so enchanting,
in it’s misty, transient passafe, it was only sunrise.
There was nobody I’d rather throw my fruit at,
the best kind, no time for berries.
Too hungry to eat eggs, you devoured them whole,
devoured like sex, mauling the soul.
Moments fade, but never this one,
you were arrogant enough to etch a place in my memory.
As though it were yesterday,
you were the best kind,
The pinafore has a wrap around kilt style skirt which is pleated around the back, it fastens by two buttons at the waist.