|One of Glam Boho's first in-the-box photos|
Glam Boho was ordered several months ago from ShopMattel dot com. Shipping of the first preordered dolls took place during the last week of September, which is when my doll arrived. At the ShopMattel site, the doll, shown as Fashionista #86, is currently not available. It is unknown if quantities will be replenished.
ShopMattel is an error or if dolls will be released in boxes marked #85 and later #86. As indicated in this photo, my doll's package is numbered 85.
|Her freckles are barely visible in this photo. An additional photo later in this post better illustrates the freckles.|
|Her honey blonde hair with highlights is curly and of better quality than Natalie's. With the exception of two side braids that frame her face, illustrated in the previous photo, Bo's hair is worn loose.|
In my post about Natalie and ZiZi's redresses, I mentioned an eBay seller, who makes Barbie clothes from knit fabrics using a glue gun as opposed to sewing. After Natalie and ZiZi swapped clothes, I checked eBay to see if this seller was now making clothes for curvy Barbie. I was pleased to learn she has indeed incorporated fashions for the curvy dolls into her merchandise. As a result, I purchased two dresses made for Curvy Barbie from this seller. Bo and ZiZi model these next.
Both ladies eventually returned to what they were wearing prior to trying on these knit dresses, but they both explored different shoes.
If you are in need of clothes for your curvy Barbies or fashions made for ModelMuse and other average body types, check out Barbie-Couture's economically priced fashions on eBay.
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