In my glee and excitement, I ran into Tomi Jane's new online Etsy store and ran out with three adorable outfits. I was tempted to get more, but I realized I should not be a shopping hog. "Nay," says I, "Others must experience first hand the fine craftsmanship and aesthetic eye that is the talent of Tomi Jane." Plus, at the rate I'm going with these new additions, I'm going to go broke. Actually, come to think of it, I *am* already broke. I've been noticing that my dolls all dress better than I do. :(
(By the way, a lot of the recent blog posts feature old outfits that I've collected over the years, but only recently had the time to photograph.)
This very fancy blue silk Duiponi dress, created by Tomi Jane, would have been worn by a wealthy little girl around 1900.
Here are more stunning examples from Tomi Jane's portfolio made for Samantha, Nellie, or Rebecca. The choice of fabric and trim are perfect. To clarify, these are not part of my collection. They are from Tomi Jane's portfolio. She only puts outfits for sale at her Etsy store.