The bra and panties are a decent quality. They are a little on the large side for Dasia. I could probably make a few touch-ups with a needle and thread to make the pieces fit better. The shoes are made of thin plastic, and they are a little too long. Dasia's feet fit snugly in them, and she is able to stand unassisted in them. I am thrilled!
Dasia joins the other ladies for a quick photo.
Meanwhile, Russell Williams has found Starlette (who is wearing Tracy Turnblad's dress). Russell is thrilled to have someone close to his size to hang out with. Whoa Russell! She just got here, take your time!
Starlette is a 17" doll made by Fibre Craft. Her head can move side to side. Her arms can move up and down. I don't plan to comb her hair much because it seems like it comes out really easily (she lost a small chunk of hair with me just running my fingers through it). She is a cheap plastic doll that I would have never bought if it weren't for Dasia and her needs. These types of dolls are sold in stores like Hobby Lobby (at least they used to be). I got mine on eBay. A very nice person on Facebook let me know about these dolls and that the shoes from the 15" dolls fit Dasia. I took my chances with the 17" doll for the undies.
Dasia wants Tracy Turnblad's dress back, but she (of course) also wants to keep the undies and shoes. She will get her wish.
Now my 2 Dasias can go out together in style!
I had purchased this blouse as a dress for Dasia years ago, but Dasia doesn't mind if I give this to Starlette (the "dress" stained Dasia anyway).
Now Russell can relax and take his time to get to know Starlette. My sixth scale folks are wanting their furniture back, but they will let these two have it for a while. They are happy for Russell. He has seemed a bit lonely here, so this could be a good change for him.