Now that two Pullips from the ‘Optical Alice Series’ have been released, I simply had to put Optical Alice back into her stock outfit again and make a comparison video between her and Optical Queen. Both are amazingly creative releases and I would love to hear your thoughts in the comments!
Pullip Optical Queen is the second release of the Optical Alice series. I was so happy that Groove and AGA decided to continue this series after pretty much exactly two years – which is the same amount of time as me blogging on Komonogatari!
Pullip Kore is back! 🌸 After initially being released in 2014, she had been sold out for so long that I could not believe my eyes, when I read that she was going to be available again in 2019: But here we are and please enjoy this review about my art deco goddess, who was inspired by the works of Alfons Mucha!
Pullip has found her love for Korean mythology in 2019! Just four months after releasing Pullip Kumiho, the sweet little nine tailed fox, AGA and Groove are presenting their vision of Lady Yuhwa, the mother of King Dongmyeong, the first king of Goguryeo, one of The Three Kingdoms of Korea. Not only was she the mother of a king, but legend also says that she was the daughter of a God! Continue reading My Thoughts On: Pullip Yuhwa for May 2019
I honestly have no idea, where to start. So just let me say that there is nothing, absolutely nothing about this Pullip that I don’t like! Even though I am normally super quick to jump on any kind of bandwagon that revolves around Japanese characters or mascots, yellow pear and Chiba’s representative mascot Funassyi never really tickled my fancy so much that I was okay with forking over some Yen – until now! Imagine my sorrow, when my dreams were a little crushed, when I read that this Pullip is only being promoted as a Japan exclusive release. (Although we must not forget that 2016’s Japan exclusive ‘Le Petit Prince‘ collaboration with Alice & The Pirates also found their way into international online shops…there is still hope and I am not ready to give up just yet!) Continue reading My Thoughts On: Pullip Funassyi Classical Lolita Version for May 2019 | Japan Exclusive
A little nine-tailed fox has come to greet you all and to celebrate a new year of pretty doll releases! Her name is Kumiho and she is way sweeter than I imagined her to be. Let me show you all of her amazing details and maybe she will enchant you too! 🦊
Ballerina Pere Noel danced herself into everybody’s hearts at 2012’s ‘Doll Carnival’ festival in Ginza, where a life-sized version of her was on display as well. She was designed by Japanese artist Asami Kiyokawa, who is famous for her embroidery. There was only a limited number of this Pullip sold and she is definitely something special – her name means ‘Father Christmas’, who I honestly have always imagined very differently… 😊❄⛄
Pullip Princess Rosalind puts Christmas trees to shame since 2013! 🎄 In all earnesty: This girl completely shocked me with her outrageous over-the-top stock outfit. She was part of Groove’s Deco Hime series and as her name suggests, a true rose princess she is! 🌹
Edit: Pullip Cinnamoroll is going to be available again in January! 😊 Yay! ❤
Even though all Pullips are kind of limited editions anyways, there are some girls, who have an extra limited release. Today I am going to show you, which limited edition Pullip girls I was able to add to my collection so far! 😍 Who is your favourite?
Thank you so much for watching! 💕 Theri