This Skipper has very nice hair, but she does have a lip rub that I might fix some day.
She's wearing Silk 'n Fancy, from 1964.(During Clone Week recently I showed you a clone copy of Silk 'n Fancy.)
|For some reason the right shoulder won't stay pulled up far enough. This is not typical.|
As was the fashion back when this Skipper was new, she is doing the ladylike thing of wearing one glove and carrying one.Does anybody else remember that rule? (Not that I ever wore gloves, other than the winter kind that is.)
Silk'n Fancy has a built in slip, with lace edging. The most common version has red in the lace, but there is a white only version too.
The name 'Silk 'n Fancy is not very accurate, as the dress is velvet and satin, not silk.
See you tomorrow with another doll, and a look at some recent finds for those who like to do dioramas or displays with their dolls.