This should be title of my blog actually...maybe.
Literally at the first spot was an elderly couple with three Superstars.
I was just happening to hit my Superstar phase - read too many blogs and remembered all the models I ever wanted LOL.. and here they are... Three unloved dollies - one with broken neck but obviously a Benetton Barbie with blue hoops and red lips, one with shiny wavy hair with a tiara still attached to the original hairdo and her - platinum blonde with purple eyes and SET of DIAMOND jewelry and original, I presumed, pink and silver lace tights O_0...
(yes I lied to myself I will get her cheap only to get the glitzzzz)
After classic scene of extended examination and disappointment on the face I got third one for free as Benetton girl had the 'short neck syndrome' and chewed-flat hand...
all saved Superstars (oh dear, they have so much charm...so many memories):
and the diamond queen I could not let to lay in a disgrace even one more day...
counting eye lashes...
/dated/ hairline and earring, squeeee
signature (1966, Malaysia) and THE lace
identified by lovely purple-eyed Superstar lover - Lunarah as
Pink Jubilee 1987, Walmart's 25th anniversary /!/
my internal 7 tear old is delighted!
her outfit proves to be rather versatile (and barbie pink, brace yourselves ;-)
here is full length photo of her before and after
after spa wearing vintage doll clothes -
hand-me down unidentified wedding dress and once super fluffy Fleurs fur ...
the other doll I identifies myself thank to tiara as
My First Princes 1989
/stolen pictures, yeah!/
Despite buying her nude I accidentaly, months later got two vintage Sindies - one of them was wearing her princess dress!..which was so unexpected I only noticed it at home..
I was strong enough to put her for sale as too pink, princessy and childish, you know..
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