8/25/2015

Sybarite Chandelier GEN X

The last in the line of Rebel Princesses went live at 10 AM Eastern Time today.
Here are the pictures and description from Superdoll. 
Text and photos by Superdoll.

 



With eyes of viola and pastel grape, arc of attitude brows in double tone ginger. Lids in pale pastel gentian. Lips the colour of dried rose.

Huge pastel auburn blend wig bearing above brow length fringe, in a 'voluptuous' state; cascading down and swirling into waist length big loose curls.

It's a great day for shopping!
Venus had booked her favourite privee haunt across from Dover Street Market, and sent in her florist to replace the ikebana she so doesn't like. For this privvy broad daylight affaire, she chose colour and pattern to make her statement. Bias scaled metalic a line skirt trimmed in sharktooth laser, a simple I WANT A PONY t-shirt, her favourite 'diamond' trimmed pink 'workmans' belt, and her new perriwinkle hose.
Knowing she's a doll and she would not be eating much today, she popped on a few gold coloured bracelets, and giggled her feet into her 'gold' double bow stilettos. Fluffing her curls in the mirror, she flipped it away from the wall to reveal her hidden safe. Upon opening it with he secret code, she reached in and grabbed a handful of bling, and flung a huge big gold 'Tiarra' pendant and her favourite square link chains around her neck. Opening her accessory closets, her fluffy fur and gold geometric bag could not add callories, and it is the perfect size to conceal her 'swan on swan' crown; so she chose it for todays tête-à-tête.
With the knowledge that they had called ahead to cool the aircon, she chose her little diamond trimmed 'chanelised' jacket, slipped it over her shoulders and headed for the door.

Realise she was 'just a little late' already, she told her driver to take the scenic route.
Venus loved to play games on her phone in the car while driving past the iconic sights of London.

Of course she comes with the following standard accessories:
-manic_cure hands (see booklet for hand change instructions)
-booklet
-stand

ED:100
Please alow 40 days and 40 nights for delivery

In stock and ready to be delivered
Price: £239.95 (Excluding VAT at 20%)
 
 

12 comments:

  1. I like her outfit best of the series, I think.
    The hair is fun, but it doesn't really go with her face, IMO. Maybe if the fringe was longer or something. The genX screenings are just so harsh.

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    1. Thank you for your comments! I have to see her in person to be sure. I do like this outfit more than some of the prior ones.

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  2. I agree with Andi about the hair. Maybe if the cascade of curls were pushed back behind her shoulders? Still....this would be a doll that could fit easily into the collection. Thanks, Terri!!!

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    1. I like her hair but we'll see when she arrives. If it can be combed without looking like a bird's nest, that will be a plus.

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  3. Just another hyper-overpriced agressive tranny looking doll from Super"bluff".

    Annette Gerlach

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    1. Annette: Do you care to share with us why you call them Superbluff?
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  4. How do you think the vinyl body compares with the resin, Terri? Just wondering. They are more tempting now that they are cheaper. Don

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    1. I can't really compare resin to vinyl. They're totally different animals. I have both in my collection and I find that I don't worry as much about the vinyl dolls. Of course they are lighter, too.
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  5. her face sculpt is like a hybrid of kingdom doll and doll chic. she'd look gorgeous redressed in something softer and less busy.

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    1. Thank you for your comments. I think her coloring (face, hair) is stunning. The panel is still out on the outfit. I'll have to see it in person.

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  6. I love her face, shoes and purse. I will be curious to see IRL photos of this gal.

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  7. Even though I said that my two Gen_X dolls (Cameo and Precious) were sufficient and didn't try for Peonie, the picture of Chandelier caused me to navigate immediately to the website -- and she was still available! Anyone have any ideas as to why it took several hours for her to sell out? Believe me, I'm not complaining, because I didn't buy her until almost 1 p.m. Eastern.

    Chandelier is easily the best of the Rebel Princess line. Love, love, love the outfit and accessories. I agree with Andi about the hair. Pushing it back a bit might help balance the look out. We'll have to see how it all looks IRL. Can't wait!

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