Pixie & Puck: Adalind

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Adalind was in the same vein as Blossom and, at least some ways related to, Tones and Shades, Tokyo Meets Georgia and Inspired by Africa of Marisole. I know a lot about historical costume in the western world. I’ve read up on it, I understand it and to tell you the truth I really enjoy it. Despite that, or perhaps because of it, I have found myself drawn to the costumes of other groups. I’ve been reading up on Africa and Asia and the Middle East, but as I did my reading I stumbled across the traditional dress of Sweden and Austria and became interested in it as well. So, Adalind was born out of that interest.

It is funny the complicated routes paper dolls can take from idea to creation.

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4 Responses to Pixie & Puck: Adalind

  1. Karoline says:

    You should look at some of the costumes in Norway to, theyre really nice :)

  2. April says:

    I always liked their costumes; nice and colorful! :)

  3. Monica says:

    I love how you captured Sweden and Austria in this paper doll. She is very pretty, and her clothes are sweet!

  4. Adalind is gorgeous. I love her costumes.having visited Austria once, I fell in love with their traditional costumes. look at Sissi and her bavarian dresses, although I loved the Hungarian one (the movie with Romy Schneider).Beautiful work, as always.
    Teresa

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