You must have heard of those women who never have gotten over their love of dolls? I´m one of them. I just love dolls. I spent a great deal thinking about dolls this month. Now that we´ll soon be done paying for our new kitchen, appliances, upholstery and furnitures (things that newlyweds have to deal with), we´ll have more room for other things. I know that soon I can continue my passion – collecting dolls.
Just before I dozed off to sleep last night, I made the decision to include this topic at my blog. It´s another thing that I´m very passionate with, probably next to fashion. So from now on, expect a doll feature every week.
Inuit Legend Barbie Doll, $402.04
I wouldn´t hesitate to invest into this beauty, the Inuit Legend Barbie Doll. First, I´m a fan of Barbie. I don´t understand how those women I saw on TV could hate her so much and blame her on the lack of self-confidence of many women. You can destroy every existing Barbie doll but women with low self-esteem would still remain and you can just blame yet another doll.
Royal Barbies, William and Catherine
Second, this Inuit Legend Barbie Doll is a divine beauty to behold. Just a glimpse of her in my living room would surely elevate my mood.
Third, this is not just any Barbie. It´s not much about her physique, it´s more about her dress, her hair, and her overall fashion. She´s a winner of the Ryerson University Barbie® fashion design contest, her creator is Christy Marcus. Her outfit features a flattering bodice of white sueded brushed tricot embellished with plush trim and ribbon and cord accents. The printed sueded tricot skirt is layered with a brown satin underskirt. Her accessories include gloves, boots, a cord and a feather choker.
What do you think of Inuit Legend Barbie Doll? Is she something you would be happy to display in your living room?