Request - Two Barbie outfits I can't find anywhere....

by Ella Thomas
(Salisbury, NH)



I have two Barbie outfits I haven't been able to find in any of the books on clothing or online. They are both probably late 60's/early 70's. One is a pink satin/white lace evening gown with gold booties with pink flowers. The other is a sleeveless yellow tunic dress with red lace trim with matching jacket hat, yellow stockings and yellow pilgrim shoes. Appreciate any help I can get. Thanks.

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Japan Exclusive WOW
by: Debbiefs in Australia

The pink one I have in my book Japan Barbie - Yashuhiro Sekiguchi Collection - a collection of exclusive to Japan dolls/outfits on page 53 on a Mod Barbie TNT. The other one not sure but seems similar to one or two of the Japan exclusives in style.

Yellow Outfit
by: Debbiefs in Australia

Hi Have just seen a pic on flicker of this outfit as it was put into a US barbie convention as a rare Japan exclusive so that is what it would be. Congratulations!

You Made My Day!
by: Anonymous

I've been looking through all the catalogs and all my old barbie books forever to find these two outfits and was beginning to think my mom made them and stuck and barbie label on them!

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Is This a Vintage Barbie Doll Gown?

by Sara Olsen
(West Des Moines, Iowa)


I would like a little more info on this vintage gown. I'm not even sure if it is Barbie brand. The top is a velvety red, and the bottom of the dress is white with red polka dots. Thanks so much!

Hi Sara -
This is not a Mattel Vintage Barbie Dress. Is there any kind of tag? In the 1960s many of us also had homemade Barbie clothes as many of our mothers were very skilled seamstresses. It is a lovely dress, none-the-less!
Suzanne

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It's not homemade
by: sherifuf

I have the same one, I'm trying to find out who it belongs to. I had a lot of Tammy stuff, so I'm going to search that avenue. Good luck, and I will keep you posted!

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Need Help identifying Barbie gown

by Jamie
(California)


Hello! Got this along with a Walk Lively Steffie on ebay, and have no clue as to its identity. The back has a plunging cut that ends at the lower back. The bodice has intricate detailing, and the skirt is made out of pink silk. It really is an impressive dress, and I am not entirely sold on the idea that it is a clone dress simply because the construction is so well done.

Any ideas?

Hi Jamie -
I don't recognize this - what type of fabric is the top made of? I assume there is no tag since you didn't mention it. Maybe someone else will recognize it.

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Tammy outfit
by: blairterry

This dress with the silver bodice & Hot pink skirt is part of a Tammy outfit

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Is this an actual Barbie brand outfit?

by Joy
(Florida)


This was one of my favorite Barbie outfits from childhood late 60's - early 70's). It's not in great condition, but would love to know if it is an actual Barbie brand outfit. I got most of my Barbie stuff from Sears. Thank you!

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oufit
by: Anonymous

No, it's a clone.

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Does anyone recognize this vintage Barbie doll gown?

by Teresa
(Tampa, FL)


Hi, Just thought I would ask if anyone could identify this eggshell-white gown. No tag. The bodice is a silvery lame, and the skirt a satin-y material with chiffon overlay. It has 2-snap closure in back. The bodice is reminiscent of the Midnight Blue bodice material. Any ideas?

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bridal ballet gown?
by: Anonymous

this gown is tickling my brain and even though it clearly looks like a wedding dress, I think it might have been part of the ballerina barbie collection. mid-late 70's?

good luck!

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Vintage Barbie SwimSuit Identification Help

by Terry
(USA)

Unknown bathingsuit

Unknown bathingsuit

Please help me identify the pink and gold striped bathing suit. It has a YKK zipper on the back and no tags inside. The outside is ruff because the sparkly gold is slightly raised from the Pink. The inside is a smooth silky pink. Not sure if it is Barbie or not, but thought I should start here because all the other ones it came with was Barbie, skipper or Tammy outfits.

Hi Terry -
This is so similar to the Barbie Fashion Queen original swimsuit, I would assume it is a "knock-off" or clone. Maybe someone else will recognize it.
Suzanne

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Red Helenca Swimsuit
by: Tina

does anyone know if the bubblecut barbie original red swimsuit came with a barbie tag inside. I thought only the fashion PAK set helenca swimsuits came with a tag.

Tammy Doll's Ballerina leotard?
by: Anonymous

It looks like IDEAL Tammy doll's Ballerina leotard.

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See through body jumper ~ Any idea the official name of this outfit and year it came from?

by Carlee
(Costa Mesa, CA)


I have never seen anything like this before, but it comes from when I was a kid. I was born in 71' but didn't start playing with Barbies until about 4 or 5. I have pictures that are even closer up to show the details on the sheer, see through material. It has clasps in the back, since velcro wasn't around then. Any idea what this outfit was called?

Any help is appreciated.

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Question About Wedding Gown for Vintage Barbie


At an auction last year, I purchased a Bubblecut Barbie that was wearing a wedding gown and little acetate(?) gloves. Underneath she was wearing a strapless bra and matching panties (sort of like tap pants). The odd thing is that there were no fasteners, so I had to "cut" (just a little bit at a seam) to remove the items. I was thinking that it made be homemade since there are no tags or fasteners, but I wouldn't think that something homemade would have the gloves or little necklace (or hair ornament, whatever it is!). I am attaching a picture. Items are yellowed due to age. If anyone recognizes these items, I would really appreciate their input. Thank you.


Hi -
I have seen this exact style dress before - I am fairly certain it is homemade - it must have been one of the vintage Barbie patterns that were available at the time. The gloves & necklace were probably genuine Barbie from another outfit.
Suzanne

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Question about Vintage Barbie's Yellow Ankle Boots

by Anna Butterfield
(Cheshire, UK)

My Barbie's (Fluo) Yellow Pixie Boots

My Barbie's (Fluo) Yellow Pixie Boots

Hi - I'm hoping you can help me. I have several pairs of the squishy ankle pixie boots that were produced ona blisterpack in (I think) 1967/8.

Some are in fluorescent yellow... pink... orange, while others are non fluo-red, green, grey.

Please could you look at the picture I am attaching and tell me - are these the florescent type yellow ones? Did they ever make a more 'standard' opaque yellow version? The fluorescent yellow ones of course have that very faint green tinge of colour that all fluo yellow had in that period. (rather like markerpens)
Thank you so much, God bless you

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Does this top belong to Barbie?

by Joy
(Florida)


Does this top belong to Barbie? If so, did it come with a skirt, shorts or anny other items? Thank you!

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Id Request for Recent Barbie Clothing

by Diane
(Fort Worth)

Diane's outfits pink label

Diane's outfits pink label

I just got these but don't know the names of any. If I could get the names and possibly the year they came out that would be great.
Top row: left black label with white B right white label with barbie written out
second row all hot pink label with white letter B

Hi Diane -
These are not vintage Barbie items from 1959 to 1974 - I believe the B tags are much more recent.
Suzanne

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tags
by: Diane

I found out that the pink and purple with the white letter B are from 79 and newer. Now to find a place that shows the name of these outfits, and what came with them.

fashion packs
by: Anonymous

A lot of newer clothing came in packs. The pink dress looks a lot like a dress like that. If you google barbie fashion pack. You can see a lot of outfits came together without a name.
some outfits came with matching shoes, but a lot did not.

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Vintage Barbie Outfit with Japanese? tag sewn in

by Joni
(Palm Beach FL)


Hi, I have a vintage "Red Flare" that is tagged with Barbie tag. But it also has a tag sewn in near the bottom that I don't recognize. It looks like Japanese symbols. Can you help? I have enclosed a pic of the tag. Thanks so much, Joni

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洞田
by: Gakusei

It's pretty blurry but the characters seem to be 洞田. These characters can be pronounced several ways but it is probably a name of a place or person. I've seen these paper tags in Barbie clothes before and always just assumed they were some kind of inspection tag or something. I've never heard any information about them. Since Barbie clothes came from Japan, maybe it is the name of the factory or an inspector.

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Barbie Identification: Orange and Green Mod Satin Jumpsuit

by Nathalie
(Kentucky)


Q: No Tags with little plastic things on shoulders.

A: I don't recognize this. Could it be homemade? Does anyone recognize it? I will see if I can find it.

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Hmm
by: Nathalie

I don't believe so. It looks very similar to other barbie jumpsuits and the stitching looks professional.

Tuesday Taylor jumpsuit
by: blairterry

Hello I believe this is Tuesday Taylors - I have one with the plastic shoulder things but my version is more a red/yellow & purple print.

Definitely it's Tuesday Taylor by Ideal.
by: Vanessa

I collect Tuesday and this is one of her original Ideal issued outfits, from the "Special Value" collection. There are a couple of variations to the print on this jumpsuit, but I'd recognize this one you have here anywhere! :) PS of the special value outfits, this one is in demand & sells for a good amount!

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Question About Barbie Clothing ID

by Marie
(US)


Hi, I need some help with these clothes. I bought a large clothing lot and am having trouble IDing these pieces. This is only a few of them. Are they barbie or clone pieces? No tags in any of them. Thanks in advance.

Hi Marie -
I do not recognize any of the items as vintage barbie and/or Friends/Family items. They could be later items, homemade items or clone items, or a mixture of all. The pink velvet jacket is from 1984 Day to Night Barbie. I don't recognize anything else.
Suzanne

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Thanks
by: Marie

Thank you, Suzanne. =)

QUESTION ABOUT BARBIE CLOTHING ID
by: CHARLENE

Hi the wedding dress could belong to Barbie's friend Tracy (who married Todd). The calico skirt is part of one of Western Barbie's outfits from 1982 and the long yellow dress belongs to Mrs Heart.

midi mood shirt
by: Anonymous

hi, #10 looks like the yellow shirt from #3407 midi mood from 1971

#6 #5
by: Anonymous

number 6 looks like the velvet blazer from the day to night barbie from the 80's and i'm not sure, but number 5 looks like one of the sheath variations from a pak from the 60's.

id
by: Superdoll73

#4 Mrs. Heart Birthday party giftset if memory serves. #7 Barbie Designer Western Fashion early 80s

#3 raincoat
by: Anonymous

#3 hi the red rain coat with yellow trim was a jcpenney exclusive its not barbie bit they made their own exclusive line for barbie n other dolls. Can't remember the exact date but mid 60s I believe. Had the same one n found it on pinterest then found it online on a sot that has all the old Christmas catalogues from penneys sears etc

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Barbie Vintage Peignoir Robe ID Request

by Judy
(New York state)


Does anyone recognize this piece? Looks to be a peignoir "robe." Lace exterior with sheer lining. "Fur" cuffs (sheepskin-like fabric). Three snap closure. Is not tagged, but came with a group of 60s Barbie items. Thanks.!

Hi Judy -
This looks like the robe from Pink Moonbeams to me, but it had feather trim, not fur and no snaps, so I'm stumped!
Suzanne

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Identification of European Dress and Fur Wrap for Barbie

by sara
(texas)


I would like your help in identifying this Barbie outfit please. It is from the early 60's. I lived in England and i got on of the "new" Blond Barbies and a lot of outfits. I do not know if this outfit goes together; it was the outfit that was on her when i packed her to leave home 30 years ago. The dress is really a beautiful cut and has very small machine stitches. The fur wrap, to me, looks like rabbit with a small seed pearl fastening that has come away.

Hope you can help,
Sara

Hi Sara -
I do not recognize these - I suspect they are homemade - do they have tags? The vintage Barbie white rabbit stoles all had tags and were lined in pink satin except for Gay Parisienne, which was lined in white satin and had no tag.
I do not know of any stoles that had anything besides a hook-and-eye closure.

But there were different things for the European market, so I could be wrong. I'm sure others will share their opinions in the comments!

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Vintage Barbie Clothing - Is anyone familiar with this dress?

by debbie
(getchell)


Has a black and white tag pre-1972???

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Vintage Barbie Clothing ID - Yellow Purse with Chain Strap?

by Meredith


Hi,

I have a yellow handbag that I am pretty sure is vintage barbie. Has a chain handle and closes with a flap similar to the purse flap on vintage barbie airline stewardess black handbag. Does anyone know what outfit this bag was made for?

Thanks for anyone's help!

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Yellow purse
by: mjs

I have this exact purse that I have been wondering about ... it was in my sister's Barbie collection. I reminds me a little of the purse for #1816, The Yellow Go, as this is the only other Barbie purse with the gold chain for a handle. I hope someone identifies it.

yellow purse
by: Anonymous

Just wanted to add it isn't the only Barbie purse with a chain. There is a Japanese Exclusive blue purse, also with a chain handle.

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Collectible Barbie Doll Clothing Identification Request

by ruthe
(ontario, canada)



this dress is more of a lavender colour, i dont know why it came out darker in the picture. its VERY long and very flowy and has a collectibles tag inside.. its a gorgeous dress, im just curious what doll it belongs to!

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barbie tye?
by: Anonymous

did you ever find out what it is?

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What Barbie / Barbie Outfit do these shoes belong to?

by Laura Edwards
(Merritt Island, FL USA)


Honey Mustard color, open toe, open heel, high heel, with a cross over patter over toes.

Thanks so much!!

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Vintage Barbie Identification Request: Barbie outfits or not?

by Kim
(UK)


Hi,
I have finally decided to sort out my childhood possesions. I have been able to identify my 2 vintage dolls from your website (which is fantastic by the way) and along with them was a variety of clothing, some of which I have also identified. However this selection do not have any labels and I would be grateful for any help you are able to offer as to whether they are Barbie outfits. They would have been purchased in the UK in the late 60's/early 70's.
Kind regards,

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outfits for 2 barbies purchased in uk
by: Amber Rae

one of the outfits in your photo, the one with the white shirt underneath look with the green blue red etc fruit n flower pattern, my mom had that and i played with it as a child. ive been wanting to find out what its called as well so i can find it. its one of my happy childhood memories. please let me know when u find out the name :)

Flowered Pinafore Dress
by: Jax

This dress looks very like a 1973 fashion. It was in the 1st booklet that had Quick Curl Barbie on the cover & they had stopped giving the fashions names at that time. Don't recognise the others. There was a Barbie wedding dress around that period, but a slimmer cut style. Could it be for Tressy? as I remember her wedding dress being full skirted.

Jax x

Yellow dress
by: Tania

Yellow outfit looks like Francie,s "fresh as a daisy" 1966

Pink dress
by: Tania

The pink dress with sequins looks like "fashion original" number 9472 from 1977

ID for yellow print dress
by: Barbiedeb

The dress that looks like a white blouse with print suspenders and skirt is #8620 from 1973. I don't believe the outfits were given names that year, but I have seen this one called Fancy in Flowers in a 1973 paper doll set and on another website. The dress on the doll on the right looks very familiar, but I couldn't find it in my books at quick glance. I'm pretty sure it's genuine.

ID for dress on righthand doll
by: Barbiedeb

Got it now! The doll on the right must be Growin' Pretty Hair Barbie, as that is her original dress. She was #1144 from 1972.

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Are these vintage Barbie accessories?

by Vicki
(Amesbury MA)


Can anyone identify anything here? Thanks so much for your help.

Hi Vicki -
I remember having items similar to these with my Barbie Dolls in the mid 60s. They are not Mattel items, but they are "vintage". I don't know who made them - they may have been from the Barbie "clones" made in that era.
Suzanne

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Hi, Would you have an idea regarding the identification of the Barbie pictured items? Thanks

by Verne
(nj)


The three pictured items have no tags except the dark brown jacket and pants, the jacket tag just reads 75.
Any help would be appreciated!

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Barbie Dress Identification Question


Can you please help me ID this dress? It has a Barbie tag inside.

Hi -
I don't recognize the dress - does it have the black & white cloth vintage Barbie tag? What type of closure does it have in the back? Does anyone else recognize it?
(My first thought was that is was probably a Mod pak dress - where they used all different fabric combos - but I can't find anything on it.)
Suzanne

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BARBIE DRESS IDENTIIFICATION QUESTION
by: CHARLENE ZACKS

The fabric for the skirt looks like the fabric used in an 1988 outfit. Could be a "Fashion Finds" dress from 1989 or the early 90's.

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Can you identify this Barbie Doll & Dress?

by Sharon
(Williamsburg WV)

I am trying to find name of a Barbie I received as a child. She was a sandy blonde ponytail, with curly bangs, I got this for Christmas 1963-64 not sure which. She had on a red short dress, long sleeve v-back with one snap at waist, the top of the dress was a knit with silver or gold thread woven in it the bottom was red satin. Very Short. I want this doll and don't know what she was. My sister got the black hair doll and I had the blonde. Please help if you can.

Hi Sharon -
The dolls sounds like a Ponytail Barbie, but I cannot place the dress. Does anyone recognize this dress by the description?
Thanks

Suzanne

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Trying to Identify Early 1960's Barbie Dress

by Cathie Murphey
(Atlanta, Georgia)

Initially thought it was called "Enchanted Evening", with the white fur stole. The gown isn't the same though. What I have is from the early 1960's, for a Barbie. The description is a long white satin, sleeveless gown with slight train in the back. It has one snap in the back. The satin material includes a netting underneath. The satin material has no pattern in it. The gown came with a white fur stole. I am unsure of all the other items included. I am 100% certain this is a genuine outfit for Barbie, but it doesn't have any type of label on it.
I appreciate any help I can get. In the middle of organizing collection to sell.
Thanks in advance,
Cathie Murphey

Hi Cathie -
Nothing comes to mind from your description - without a picture it is very difficult to know. All of the Barbie dresses from the 1960s are listed on the site - so you should be able to find it. It may be a homemade dress - they were very common in the early 1960s and many are made very well.
Suzanne

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Enchanted Evening?
by: Anonymous

http://www.fashion-doll-guide.com/Vintage-Barbie-Enchanted-Evening.html #983, under 1960 on this site.
Perhaps inspired by Grace Kelly's 1955 Oscars dress by Edith Head?

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More Questions About Care of Vintage Clothes

by ShellyA
(Bay Area)

Hi Again,

I still haven't washed that smokey "Movie Groovie." I am still trying to find out if it is considered ruined already before I wash it. I just bought a "Special Sparkle" coat #1468 and it seems stiff. Any more thoughts on to wash vs. not to wash? Does it still have any value? Should I just try to find a new one in better condition?

Still new at this so I am probably making a lot of mistakes. Does anyone have recommendations of what kind of stand to purchase? Any comments appreciated.

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Desmoking suggestion...
by: Alison

I've gotten smoke off items by placing them in a plastic garbage bag with a fresh, open box of Arm & Hammer baking soda for a few days. Just set the item on the ground, and set the box of baking soda next to the item (don't sprinkle anything on it) where it won't be disturbed. Seal it all up tight for about 2-3 days, then check on it.

If that doesn't work, try it for at most a week. That will often help. If it doesn't, it might be too set-in the fabric.

Depending on the fabric, you might be OK with hand-washing, reshaping and drying, especially if the fabric is synthetic, like polyester. But if the fabric is cotton, silk or wool, it will most likely shrink and never be the same.

How I clean clothes
by: EKR

I use denture tablets and water to clean my doll clothes, vintage and new alike. Soaking with a polidentine tablet can whiten whites, get out some stains, remove odors, and is gentle on delicate fabrics like metalics that snag easily.

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Question - Has anyone ever seen a Vintage Barbie Painters Orange Smock & Capri outfit?

by Bonnie Devorak
(Mpls, MN)

The top is a multicolor painters smock with orange and yellow. Comes with orange capri pants, with a painters palette and tiny brush. This outfit has the black and white vintage Barbie label. I've never seen it in any books, but I'm assuming it may be a foreign outfit. Perhaps France? I don't have a picture because I do not own the outfit. It belongs to a friend's sister in law. Any ideas anyone?

Hi Bonnie -
I am not familiar with it. If it was for Francie, it would have a Francie tag, not a Barbie tag. Maybe someone else will know. If you could provide a picture that would help a lot.
Suzanne

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orange smock outfit
by: Amber Rae

i just searched awhile. i wasnt able to search as long as i'd like, but i found something listed on ebay that might be what ur talking about? look close at the clothes in the photos. it says orange painters smock.

http://cgi.ebay.com/Vtg-Barbie-Clothes-Lot-mostly-handmade-70-80s-23-pc-/320527778020

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What do Barbie doll color of tags mean?

by mary
(wedowee alabama)

pink,black and white,purple.
Tks

Hi Mary -
The original Barbie tags were white cloth tags with black writing. They were used through the 1972. For a while after that there were no tags. Later the tags had Genuine Barbie on them. Vintage Reproductions have the same White & Black cloth tag as vintage with the word Reproduction under the Barbie name. I don't know as much as I should about tags after the vintage era - maybe someone else can help us out?
Suzanne

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Help identifying this hat or collar

by Janice
(Matawan, New Jersey)

Hi, I love your site! It's helped me many times to identify a clothing piece. Now, I'm stumped! I have what looks like a coat or suit collar or hat. It's a black/brown leopard print on a beige velvety background and lined in burgundy satin with burgundy satin ties, and no tag. I'm sorry for the lack of photos. Could this be a Skipper piece? I'd appreciate any info you can give me. Thank you.

Hi Janice -
Does it have a label? Almost all vintage Barbie & family coats have labels, because the label was in the outermost piece of the ensemble. The description doesn't ring any bells with me - we'll see if anyone else recognizes it - but we really need a picture.
Suzanne

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Possible answer to hat/collar question
by: Janice

Hi Suzanne, I'll post a photo soon. Someone else on the site posted a question about a few clothing items, and one of them is a leopard pattern fur beret that is a match to the collar I'm trying to identify. Now, at least I know my item isn't a hat! I have a feeling the collar (and hat) are probably Barbie clone items.

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Have you ever seen this wedding dress or do you think its handmade?

by Linda
(Roch. N.Y.)


I bought this Barbie awhile back. Her butt is stamped Midge Barbie. I was just wondering if the dress is handmade or not. She also has a slip and underwear. Part of the veil seems to be connected to her head with a string and then there is the mesh part that goes over that. The dress doesn't have any tag in it. It's off white. Thank You!

Hi Linda -
I have never seen it before - I would guess, as you did, that it is homemade.
Suzanne

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Are these Barbie boots?



IceBreaker with Skates

Hallo,

My mum bought this beautiful shoes for my vintage barbie doll on ebay and I'd like to know it they are made by Mattell and to which outfit they match.

They are white, and "elastic", both are marked "japan" and have two little round holes on the bottom.
They do fit my 1694 bubblecut.

Do you know them?

Anna :)


Hi Anna -
I do not think these are Barbie or Mattel boots - they must belong to another fashion doll or Barbie "clone". We'll see if anyone can identify them.
Suzanne

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Barbie boots
by: X Ben Kouk

Ice SKATE MATES #1793
or IceBreaker #942

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Note from Suzanne:

I originally didn't think they looked liked the Barbie ice skates, but I went back & looked & they probably are - I will add a photo of them with IceBreaker. Thank you for taking the time to comment!

Suzanne

check the bottoms
by: Sidney Bennett

are they fairly soft? do they have holes in the bottoms? If so they are the boot part of skates. Missing the skate blade. And they are Mattel.

IMO
by: Deborah

The boots are identical to #1629 Skater's Waltz, minus the blades.

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