2/17/2014

Sybarite Neurotica Covers Up?

I am sure that other fashion doll collectors have experienced finding the perfect outfit for a doll. Once it's on the doll, she becomes even more gorgeous than before. This newly found fashion treasure will stay on the doll for a long time.
Two weeks ago I briefly considered removing Neurotica's tattoos and then Masque arrived. Her red lips convinced me to give her the new outfit. I could not stop looking at her once she was redressed. You can still see the tats but they aren't in your face (although her boobs are,) and I'm so glad I didn't remove them.



Mohair wig by Ilaria Mazzoni "Time of Doll"

 I have an assortment of other 16" BJDs but in my opinion, no doll poses like a Sybarite. Emilia's Inro comes very close. There are no wobbly knees or kicky arms. I do not enjoy fiddling with legs for what seems like an interminable amount of time every time I handle wonky-jointed dolls. I know this issue can be taken care of by wiring the body but I don't know how to do it. I can't be the only one who is having this problem. Is anyone telling the manufacturers? As if they don't already know, right?




4 comments:

  1. OH.MY.DOLL! You found it, alright. That gown and the incredible platinum wig (Ilaria's a genius) picking up the crystalline hue of the embellishments is perfect. Smartly done! :D But where in the wide, wide world of dolls did you manage to find a mint, complete (or could it have been NRFB?, be still my heart!) Masque?!
    I think Neurotica looks much better in the gown than Masque does.

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    1. I purchased it from a seller in Russia. It was as close to NRFB as could be without a doll.

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  2. p.s. Dearest Terri, would you allow me to post this on the Superdoll Group on Doll Observers? I'm getting tired of seeing Cirque and this certainly qualifies for the Member Photo of the Week!

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    1. Yes. You may post it on DO. Thanks.

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