Welcome to another Fashion Fever Closet fashion show. This week we have a closet which had three party dresses for Barbie and an outfit for Ken.
Here is the closet.
Jan is the showrunner today and she is a little flustered because she can’t find a male model. Eventually, with the help of her friend Bonnie, she tracks down Mark who cannot come to the shoot but is happy to be photgraphed.
Jan then rushes back to meet the girls only to discover that she is one model short. She turns to Bonnie for help again.
“You have to help me. Model one of the dresses.”
Bonnie is not so sure. She is a bit of a tomboy and although she has appeared with her friends a couple of times she doesn’t really think of herself as model material. “Why don’t you ask Midge to do it?” she suggests.
“No time!” says Jan and before she knows it Bonnie is getting ready to model the dress Jan is thrusting at her.
Bonnie is a bit concerned that the dress is not going to fit her properly as she is full figured but Jan reassures her.
” It will be fine and you look nice in mauve.”
Bonnie knows better than to waste her breath arguing with Jan about clothes and manages to adjust the dress to fit.
- Bonnie – TNT body
- Amy – Model Muse body
- Sharon – Fashion Fever body.
- Mark – Doctor Ken
First here is Mark wearing the shirt, jeans and sneakers from the closet. Mark has the older type body so this outfit fits him nicely.
Amy is next in a dress in shades of blue and light green. Jan has supplied matching shoes as the closet only came with one pair of shoes.
Next comes Sharon who wears a pink dress with handkerchief hem. Sharon has the shoes and bag from the closet and everything of course fits her perfectly.
Finally Bonnie enters wearing the mauve halter dress and matching shoes supplied by Jan. She feels that she has narrowly escaped a wardrobe malfunction and says that she would certainly not be doing anything too energetic in this dress.
The girls gather for the traditional after shoot photos. Jan is relieved that everything worked out in the end.
*Note – apologies for the poor quality of Mark’s photo which is an old one. His portrait was cropped from another picture.