When I encountered this thin triangle print fabric, I knew I would want to use it for a small fashion doll outfit. The fabric was made into this dress and I accompanied it with a matching light gray felt vest and cream organza underskirt. The dress was made to accommodate a variety of fashion dolls including Momoko, Model Muse, petite Barbie, and tall Barbie. It even fits Poppy Parker, Tiny Kitty, and Liv dolls (snug at bust). Get it here in the shop, while supplies last.
This tunic dress has a tiny bit of stretch in the blue floral print and can fit a variety of 1:6 scale fashion dolls. I thought it looked best on Poppy Parker. It has been confirmed to adequately fit Poppy Parker/Misaki/Amelie, Jenny, Momoko, Fashion Royalty, NuFace, Victoire Roux, FR Monogram, Dynamite Girls, Model Muse, Silkstone Barbie, Susie, and Liv dolls. Only one is available. Get yours in the shop while you can!
It's the last post in the series of redressing dolls. I enjoyed going through the majority of my dolly things, organizing, and getting dolls ready for the cabinet. I decided to end the series with Ruruko -- She's so loved by so many, including myself. She is dressed in an Azone fashion and Barbie-like shoes. She looks like she is ready to bring on the holidays, but she has a little while to wait.
It's dolly dress up time! I finally decided to go through the scary room of doll boxes, get organized, and scale down the collection. In the process, I pulled out some of my dolls and played dress up with items I want to keep. I realized I haven't really dressed dolls for fun in years. A large portion of my collection is used as models for fashions in the Etsy shop and they do not get much use otherwise.
Above is a Petworks Momoko in the vintage 1960s Red Flare Barbie outfit. It's a little big, but I LOVE the combination. Below are two Momoko dressed in lots of different pieces from Sekiguchi, Clear Lan, Azone, and Petworks.
Many of the pages in the adult coloring book, Dolly Coloring Studio, are inspired by a variety of different dolls. Occasionally, the dolls in the book get to wear clothing that appears in Vogue magazine! The Dolly Coloring Studio page highlighted in this post is inspired by vintage Barbie and a few pieces found in the September 2010 issue of Vogue. The doll is wearing a dress inspired by Dagmar with clips and a brooch by House of Lavande (pictured below, bottom right corner).