Dictionary Girls Drop Waisted Dresses

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I love how drop waisted dresses look on paper dolls, but lord knows I can’t wear them. Putting a line right across the widest part of my hips isn’t exactly my idea of a flattering look. Still, the wonderful thing about paper dolls is that they don’t complain, so I don’t have to worry about what they think about things.

Emily Clarke Studio is a paper doll blog which I stumbled across recently. The artist is skillfull and it updates regularly. She doesn’t just have paper dolls to play with, but also uses paper dolls as a re-occuring motif in her art which I think is pretty darn nifty. All in all, I’ve been impressed by her work and I enjoy her site. Others should check it out as well, though I confess I don’t know how printable her paper dolls are.

So, unless some miracle happens, there won’t be a Friday post, because I have school things to be doing I’m afraid. Hopefully things will settle into a stable routine in the coming week or two and I’ll be able to actually get on a regular updating schedule.

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3 Responses to Dictionary Girls Drop Waisted Dresses

  1. Monica says:

    That is a neat website, thanks for letting us all know! And I like the sailor dress, the one on the right. And the pretty white sandals. =D

  2. Toria says:

    I love the sailor dress!

  3. Toni says:

    Hi Rachel!

    I made my first baby paperdoll and I just wanted to share it with you… let me know what you think! (I also did a little tutorial on the process I’ve been using…)

    http://thinkinlikegavroche.wordpress.com/2012/01/30/baby-sammi-paperdoll/

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