Now onto the fun fashions that are on these dolls (plus more!) This will be a two part post, first we will start on the fashions that the dolls are clothed in.
My mom picked out these fashions as she didn't want naked Barbies laying around. :) We had more than enough clothes that all of them had something to wear! (Except the old style Christie but we'll get to her in a minute.)
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First, the beautiful Skipper. Original pants as she is from the Sisters Skateboard! playset. Since I seem to have the worst time finding clothes for my Skippers (and they don't sell any in the stores anymore) I had to make do with a super cute top that I'm pretty sure is for Barbie. But this shirt looks good on her and SO cute! I love the fur around the sleeves! Who is it from?
What was really awesome about the digs I scored for these dolls is that they came with shoes and a lot of them had their mates! I love when I have pairs of shoes, so fun. These boots look fabulous with this dress. I may keep them on her! Little knee-high edgy boots with a super sweet pink dress.
In the first Ladies night post I found out that the one doll with the big face and super fluffy brown hair was a Moxie Girlz doll. I looked around online and found out she was the Magic Snow Sophina doll. This is her sweater. But what about the skirt?
Cutie patootie girls. We know about the Kelly but what about the other two? However in looking at the Sisters Skateboard set, I don't think that the Kelly came with those silver tights. Can anyone confirm?
This dress looks good on her!
I had to get a picture of the lovely Dentist Teresa. Not her original shoes but I have some teal ones that match. LOVE her!
Not sure if this outfit goes together but it sure looks like it does! (Or my mom is just really good at putting outfits together!)
Here is the My Scene doll. Pretty dress and boa. Probably doesn't go together but again, looks like it very well could!
Here is the cuteness that is Magic Snow Sophina. Unfortunately Moxie Girlz have the peg leg which means that if you lose a shoe, peg leg sticks out like a sore thumb. Not sure about this outfit though! Check the shirt, says "I'm Fabulous." Ha!
Cute Tinkerbell in her original dress. She also comes with a green feather boa that is missing quite a few of its feathers unfortunately.
The Barbie from last time who looked like she was topless. If you look at the waterfall pic, she is one of the dolls that is standing. This is because when she sat down, the top slid down because it's a bodysuit. I love the outfit but wondering which doll it's from? (And the wind blew and gave her that nice windswept look which made for an awesome hair picture.)
Okay, so lets talk about Christie. There was not one outfit that fit an old body style. And this one was no exception. I had a hard time trying to keep this one up but it's the one that I could finagle so she would still be decent. It's torn on the side so it will have to be repaired if I am to put it on a doll again. You can see her purple ballet slippers!
So so so so cute outfit! Not sure if the red shoes go with it but they match! This is just adorable. The shirt has little snowflakes on it and the skirt has the little hangy snowballs off the waist.
This is a pretty ice blue dress. It also needs a little repair but I love the color so I might put it on a doll.
Here is the doll with non-bendable legs. I think the pants are from the Pink-B gift set. The shirt is cute and check the super cute sandals!
Looks are deceiving. The lower half of this Swappin' Styles left arm is missing! And because of its tattered condition, anyone recognize the dress?
Doesn't quite look the same does it? Snowflakes are broken, silver thread pulled out of the bodice, side of bodice torn. Yikes.
More Pink-B fashions.
Can someone explain to me what these clothes are? Does the face mean
something? To me it looks almost Japanese. Was it just a fun line that
Mattel brought out?
Beautiful Ariel. The plastic fin makes me think that she was designed for water. It was still pretty light outside so you are unable to see the light up tail. It has pictures of Flounder and Sebastian in it.
And lastly, we had one male that was not at the ladies party because, well, no boys allowed! He is larger than a normal Ken. Who is he?
There are many more clothes that are not on dolls so I'll put those in the next post. See you later!