The 3rd installment of my ebaying spree. This is a mix of homemade and factory made.
A delightful striped sun dress.I did not find a tag but zippers seem to appear in the older vintage clothes, followed by snaps then velcro.
I would call this an afternoon dress. it is a bit fancy for just running errands but not ball gown style either.
Among my own clothes I have home clothes and town clothes. Some things I won’t wear when shopping or such. This I would denote as a town dress.
Another one I would call an afternoon dress, I can see it at a ladies tea. Perhaps church.
Now I am going to introduce a new model. I got this one specifically to model things from the 60s-70s. I had friends at school with hair like this and it just strikes me as a good mod doll.
I think I had a dress like this as a girl!
Definitely a ball gown!
A flannel like nightie. The auction I got these clothes from listed them as Barbie, Tammy and clone clothes. I am guessing this might be a Tammy, she is just a tad bigger than Barbie. Plus this doll is a petite.
A pleather suit? What ever it is, it is ugly!
A knitted dress. In several of my GLH books, these are mentioned. Though I think the style might be a bit different.
Another school style dress.
My mom had clothes like these.
A corduroy dress or jumper.
I have seen things like this on old 70s tv shows.
These jump suits facinate me. I like the style, not the colors.
Another knitted or crocheted dress. A bit big on this doll but cute.
A summer nightie.
Gown or house dress? I can’t decide. It feels sort of robe like but is made as a dress.
This doll looks best in the orange dresses.
Finally a blouse for all my skirts!
I remember quilted pants!
An easter dress!
Another what I would call morning dress. At least it feels that way to me.
I love this thing. No clue what it is. It looks like a baby doll nightie set.
I love this one. Not really a nightie but a gown for lounging at home in the evenings.
So what do you think?
More to come!