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?
Exactly one year ago, my review of Pullip Optical Alice, who I got one day prior brand new from Japan, went online. She was the perfect reason to finally create a blog, an idea, which had been dancing in my head for months and went in lieu with dozens hours of brainstorming because I did not want to start under a blog name or social media handles, which I would have want to change after a short while. And there was one more thing: I was scared! Scared of my own writing and photographing skills and even more scared of not finding anybody to share my passions with! Today I consider February 23rd, 2017 as one of the best days of my life because it was the start of me, putting myself out there. I am a strong believer that the more open I am about my passions and feelings here, the more I hope to deliver the message that it is okay to be passionate about the things you are passionate about!
Welcome to another My Dolly Week post, which I normally post on Sundays, but let me tell you: Last week I was so not up for it! I had no problem keeping up with my advent calendar, but for blogging it just didn’t seem right. i just couldn’t do it and felt bad all throughout the week. And for no particular reason either, but having times like these is only natural, I guess. One thing I did do, was organizing my doll collection and planning some customizations. I am also still learning how to paint face ups. I am improving, but am not ready to share them yet. I absolutely love the mocha kits, the complexion looks so beautiful, and I cannot wait to be content enough with my skills to add a mocha Pullip to my collection!
Coming back to my advent calendar, something I was saving for weeks, was Rise’s Snow White dress from It’s My Caprice. I am getting repetitive, when it comes to my admiration for Michelle’s work, but her dresses are little pieces of art, which I could never get tired of. The fact that she was able to interpret Snow White’s classical dress from the Disney movie into a more luxurious version, makes my heart sing everytime I look at Rise and her cute little face. I love the white collar out of lace so much and every detail on the hemline. Can you tell, how happy I am! >< I sure am a fangirl for everything Pullip and Pullip fashion! There will be more pictures with ‘Snow White with the Red Hair’ because fairytale motives make me happy! 😀 Continue reading My Dolly Week #42: Taking a Breather (but not without Dolls)!
Today I want to share with you my tiny treasures from the Junie Moon stores in Shibuya and Shinjuku, which are specializing in selling Blythe dolls and accessories for them. Those stores are absolutely amazing, since most of their stuff can also fit different dolls like Pullip, Azone Pure Neemo M and Momoko. If you ever are going to visit one of them, do be prepared to spend a lot of money or at least to be in constant danger to do so! Continue reading My Junie Moon Haul 2017
Pullip The Rose from the Le Petit Prince series is a release that came out early last year in collaboration with lolita fashion label Alice and the Pirates. There is also an Isul as The Little Prince and Pullip The Fox released from this series. The Fox will get her own review in the upcoming week. I absolutely love those two Pullips and this is also the reason, why I wanted to have them in my header picture. Only a limited stock of those dolls was on sale overseas, but since The Rose and The Fox are still readily available on Mandarake it seems to be true that they were a regular release in Japan (I also tried to look for Isul, but he is sold out). Le Petit Prince is a famous tale from French writer and adventurer Antoine de Saint-Exupéry. I have already encountered it twice in my life. The first time in elementary school, when my teacher lent me the story on cassette tape and the second time in high school, when we had to read it in French class. Of course those dolls were at the peak of my interest, when I learned of their existence. It is widely believed that the Rose in de Saint-Exupéry’s story is inspired from his wife and muse Consuelo, who he had a turbulent relationship with. Lots of love, betrayal, disappointment and passion!