Marisole Monday & Friends: Mia Goes to the Bathing Place… and gets some colors…

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So, as I mentioned last time, I always liked the idea of multiple costumes for various activities that was such a part of the Victorian way of dressing. Personally, I think it would be rather fun to have a special outfit I wore while visiting or yachting, but jeans and a t-shirt seem to see me through nearly all of my social engagements. I suppose that says something, perhaps not flattering, about the nature of my social engagements.

The outfits today, are, as I mentioned last week, a grey and teal skirt which can be paired with either the corset, jacket, and top hat to make a traveling or promenade suit or can be worn with the bodice trimmed in pleats for a dinner toilette. The yellow and white yachting costume is sort of practical (barely) and the bathing dress (a swimsuit to most of us) has matching slippers. All things considered I think Mia would do quite well for herself with this set on vacation. Of course, she can share her dresses with Marisole and Margot.

Personally, I just got back from gallivanting around Alabama for work and then finishing up my taxes (I hate doing taxes) and now I can consider all of my obligations for filled for the moment. As always, enjoy the paper doll and, as always, feel free to let me know what you think. Next week, there will be elves.

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4 Responses to Marisole Monday & Friends: Mia Goes to the Bathing Place… and gets some colors…

  1. Meredith says:

    I love her she is so cute and i love old fashioned clothes!

  2. Monica Stone says:

    I appreciate the variety of ethnicity and styles your paper dolls come in. It’s a real blessing to be able to find such diversity in one place. Thank you.

  3. jazz13 says:

    The green and grey skirt is really cool!

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