Nancy’s lovely outfit is an ebay find and was made by Nadia in Switzerland. It arrived here a few weeks before Christmas. I really like it on Nancy and she is a bit taller than most of the girls here so the slacks worked very well for her. Her nice leather boots came with an outfit made by a talented lady in Scotland whose name escapes me.
Next is Jean, a bobbed hair girl that I suspect was made in 1970 though she had no stringing to go by when she arrived here at Sasha Shangri-La. I was lucky to find a girl with her hair cut because I would not attempt hair cutting which is better left to more capable hands than mine. Her lovely cardigan was made by the talented Linda Simpson of the UK. I bought her dress from Shelly’s site and do not know the maker. Her shoes are made in the Kathe Kruse doll factory in Germany. 🙂
Please meet Rena, a 2001 Gotz girl also known as Yamka. She picked out this lovely ballet outfit to wear as soon as she was liberated from her tube. 🙂
The sweet waif Val has been wearing Sharon’s Ra-ra outfit since it came out of the package months ago. When this new outfit came several weeks ago, I convinced Val to give it a try. She agreed only if she could keep her purple striped socks on plus her much loved purple leather shoes made by Jean Jensen. That was all well and good for me because Val looks delightful in this ensemble. 🙂
I love this dress and especially the fabric, the stacked buttons, the neckline and the length! It is just a fun outfit to wear! Val will always be a special waif to me because she came in a tiny box with no stringing in sight. Her hair has always had its own way too but that’s okay with me. She is a fun, trendy girl. 🙂