As I develop my posts, I try to make sure that they encompass playline, limited edition, Mattel, Fashion Royalty, etc. I think I may be spreading myself too thin ... however, my collection really does reflect all things of beauty in 1/6 scale. I don't discriminate against dolls for any reason.
I was disappointed in my last post. It was simply a review of a new doll I acquired. There wasn't anything of real interest to anyone. Furthermore, I should've shared where the outfit come from. A rookie mistake that I will not let happen again.
The photo was selected as the spotlight photo on Pink Parlor/Vinyl Lounge. I appreciate that honor more than anyone could know.
The denim pants and jacket were purchased from BIC before the owner went out of business. I purchased two pair. They were manufactured by a company called Sakurana. I'm not sure how anyone could find these now, but I bet an industrious collector could! They were abour $40 each set.
They have incredible little metal rivets (that will fall out and are a b***h to find!). They are distressed and fit the taller girls beautifully as they ride low on the hips. The jackets are a little long in the sleeve, but are remarkable as well. They are a little loose on the small busted girls but fit the regular FR line very nicely. (BTW, Going West is wearing the bodice from Blue Blood Elise.)
The sweater is one of most beautiful pieces of clothing ever produced by Integrity. It is an incredibly knit sweater and closes with buttons in the back. It came from the Blonde Ginza Kyori giftset.
Although it was made for a larger busted girl, it looks better on the smaller girls (in my opinion).
First ... there is the dental brush one uses to clean braces. If you've ever had braces you recognize this! They come in a pack of 16 at Walmart for less than $4. I purchased one of these on e-bay for $3 plus shipping. When it got it here, I immediately realized I had wasted some money!
They are great for ..... fixing the eyelashes on my FR dolls. They separate and lengthen eyelashes that have gotten mashed from redressing. But you must be careful. If you are too agressive it could pull the eyelash right off. It has only happened to me once, so I am more careful now. The results are quite good though. It can take an otherwise helpless situation and make it easier to live with.
I want to end with an individual photo of Going West. I thought she would be difficult to redress and enjoy. Boy, was I wrong!!