In an end cap at the 99 Cents Only, I found this.
|Hi. Surprised to see me here?|
A crowd has gathered for the box-opening, with every body type sending a representative to see who can wear the dress.
|L-R: Rebecca [Fashionista body], Julianne [built like old-style Barbie], Sophie [Liv], Dresden [standard Bratz body],|
Yasmin [taller Bratz body], Cleo [Monster High], Briony [Ever After High], Pippa [Midnight Magic]
Here we are: two-toned reversible wig, dime-a-dance dress, platform bowling shoes, leggings, and sparkly wristband. The straps on the front of the dress are plain black elastic on the back, but it's otherwise decently constructed and has real seams rather than serging.
|In Phoenix, this would be ordinary street wear on a Tuesday afternoon.|
|This green clashes with my lipstick.|
|It's all right, Cleo. You'll get invited to better parties eventually.|
The wig was one reason I nabbed a Mystixx outfit instead of waiting to see if I ran into Goth Girls again. It has bangs in front but a sort of wavy part in back. The hair quality is nothing special.
|Definitely an asymmetric cut.|
Since I have no intention of buying a Mystixx, I flipped the wig inside out and cut off the peg. (Plus, I figured that if I change my mind, wigs probably stay on without pegs, as long as I'm not having the gals enact scenarios that involve being upside down.)
At least Hattie likes her dress.
|It's a trapeze silhouette, Hattie. I do NOT look pregnant.|