Monthly Archives: March 2015

Spring Holiday Dresses for 18″ Dolls

Spring holidays are just around the corner. Your 18″ doll will want something special to wear. Something pink and frilly perhaps? This week’s Outfit of the Week is the perfect holiday dress for 18 inch dolls.  DREFD-PK has the elegance of a formal gown with the floral embroidered details of the overlay fabric, sheer shouldered bodice and invisible zipper. The longer length and scalloped hem add to the sophistication of this 18 in. doll dress.  The adorable  pink satin bow waistband accents the front of this pink satin doll dress.  For a limited time, SAD-LP, light pink patent dress shoes for 18in dolls, are included with this dress.  These shoes feature 5 pink satin rosettes across the toe and a small hook and loop tab secures the ankle strap.  Imagine how much fun your favorite 18 inch doll will have during her holiday gatherings and how beautiful she will be in this pink holiday dress.

A Springy New Outfit For Your 18 Inch Dolls

Daylight Savings Time and longer days mean that spring is on its way. If you are looking for a springy outfit for your 18″ doll, this Outfit of the Week from My Doll’s Life, is a perfect choice.  DRPS-FT  is a  2 piece skirt set that fits American Girl and features all the colors of spring; pink, blue, green and yellow! The multi-colored plaid 18″ doll skirt features all of them in a drop waist style with two tiers of ruffles and a hook and loop closure in back.  The details in the pink long sleeved shirt hat fits 18″ dolls; the peek-a-boo camisole insert and gently flared sleeves, will make this a favorite when worn with this 18 inch doll skirt or other 18″ doll clothes.  How cute is the matching plaid rosette on this shirt! To add to the spring-like feel of this 18 inch doll outfit, we are including free 18″ doll shoes; matching plaid ballet flats, SPL-PG, with your purchase. So until your garden begins blooming, this springy new  skirt outfit for your favorite 18″ doll, will make everyone feel like spring is in the air.

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