Friday, January 30, 2015
Wilde Imagination's darling "Perfect Patience" doll is a sight to behold! With her big chocolate brown eyes, this carrot head is nothing but fun. And to prove that fashion dolls come in all shapes and sizes, Dolldom's editors invited "Perfect Patience" to play a game of make-believe. What if...? What if "Perfect Patience"...? And our cute button-nosed friend happily went along with the rêverie.
In her "Perfect Patience" lace over ivory satin dress with pantaloons, Miss Patience shows off her restyled hair.
Free of ribbons, the beautiful and silky red mane sports a classic little girl look with bangs.
For a Victorian feel, Agnes models Agnes Dreary's "Another Dreary Day" dress. Patience loved the tiny flower print. Can you spot her favorite doll in this photo? No, it's not the "Twinkie" doll by Marx to her left.
For a Spring-like feel and most cheerful attitude, a pink hand-knit sweater and skirt set by Liz Cole for Retros is perfect for "Perfect Patience."
But since it's never too early to start thinking about next Halloween, Patience selects another hand-knit set by Retros, this time in black with multicolored designs.
To close the mini fashion show... no, not a weeding dress fantasy for Miss Patience! Instead, "Perfect Patience" demonstrates her love for the dramatic by wearing Viktor Dreary's "Maestro" suit! "I'm conducting tonight!," she says, "the overture to Candide by Mr. Bernstein!"
Brava, Patience, brava! And bravo to Wilde Imagination too for creating this flirty-eyed tyke made for enjoyable play and fanciful photography.