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Temporary Fashion for a Basic Doll

Written by Debbie Garrett   

Until today, Vogue’s Jill Back to Basics doll remained “basic,” awaiting the arrival of her due-in-May, “ Park Avenue Shopping ” clothing pack. Her one-piece, pale pink lace teddy, nude mesh stockings, white elasticized high-heel shoes and pearl earrings have served as her “basic” outfit for nearly a month as she struck a pose atop my computer hutch.

Jill by Vogue

Jill by Vogue

Looking quite fashionable now wearing a borrowed fashion, complete with handmade shopping bag, Jill posed for photographs. 

With or without its poncho, we both “agree” that Hannah Pepper’s "Pink Parade" fashion is a suitable temporary substitute.

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