Saturday, January 16, 2016

Lea in Josefina's Outfits - 1824

Lea in Josefina's Outfits

Josefina's Meet Outfit

Josefina's Indigo Skirt & Camisa

Josefina's Christmas Dress & Mantilla

Josefina's Feast Day Finery

Josefina's Summer Riding Dress & Hat

Josefina's Party Dress & Spencer Jacket

Josefina's Fiesta Dress

Josefina's Dress & Vest

Josefina's Harvest Outfit

Josefina's Weaving Outfit

Josefina's BeForever Meet Outfit

17 comments:

  1. Josie's clothes look amazing on Lea! They all are awesome on her!

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  2. I am a bit surprised at how well I like her in Josefina's outfits. Totally believable.

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    1. I was surprised as well, as I was not expecting that. :)

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  3. Maybe she would make a good Clara!

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    1. Clara clearly has brown eyes and hair, not hazel eyes and blonde hair. Lea looks way to white to even be considered Mexican.

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    2. I have a Mexican friend who looks like Lea so I find her believable in Josefina's clothes, but her hair/eye combo is too light for me to picture her as Clara. :)

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  4. I guess I'm in the minority, but I don't care for her in Fina's clothing. Maybe it's because it's distinctly New Mexican to me, so my eyes are having a hard time with seeing a blonde/hazel doll in clothing associated with people with darker hair and eyes.

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    1. That makes sense. I do have a friend from Mexico who actually looks similar to Lea (light hair/eyes with medium toned skin) so it's easier for me to see her in these outfits. I do still wish that Lea had been more undeniably a character of color, instead of one which could be mistaken as a white character with a tan. :/

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  5. I think that she could pass for one of Josefina's sisters! Or a friend or cousin or something like that... She looks beautiful in all of Josie's outfits!
    Hannah M.

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    1. Perhaps a friend? I can't shake the illustrations of Josefina's sisters with black and dark brown hair, and brown eyes out of my mind. :)

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  6. Brazil in 1824 = United Kingdom of Portugal, Brazil and the Algarves

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    1. For those who read the comments, Sarah is mentioning the history of Brazil at this particular point in time.

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