Apart from the variety of the dolls the thing that I liked best about Fashion Fever was that there were lots and lots of fashions. I don’t think I ever even saw them all online. We certainly didn’t get them all here in Hobart. There were so many pieces that even if you didn’t like them all there was bound to be a lot that you would like. The first few waves of individual outfits were released packaged in tubes like the early dolls. Usually they consisted of a single outfit with shoes and sometimes a bag or other accessory. There were a range of tubes which had hats and scarves too but I never bought any of those. I thought that they were a bit pricey for what they were and as my doll budget was not large I preferred to spend my money where I’d get the most value. I didn’t buy a lot of the tube fashions because the closets represented the best value to me but I did buy a few that I liked a lot and I was given some too. Here are three of them. I have a lot more still to be photographed.
Our models today are Brittany & Mel. I’m not sure exactly what Brittany is. I bought her loose and nude. She has the square-jawed Teresa face of course and the Fashion Fever belly button body but she has some kind of mechanism in her back so obviously she was meant to do something originally. I just like square-jawed Teresa’s and I thought her hair was a pretty colour although it doesn’t show up well in this old photo. I’ll do a bit more with Brittany another day. Mel of course has appeared in quite a few of my posts as she is a big favourite of mine. She is of course Kayla from Wave V.