Now. I have decided to do something outside the "normal" variants pages seen on other sites.
Not only have I incorporated variants of the same name, but also those outfits with different names that are only different because of their colours.
Also added are outfits that are entirely different, but have been given the same names.
Was there a name shortage?
These outfits have two different catalogue numbers.
It took me ages to get my first one of these, can't believe I now have five.
Angel Delight was put out on ready dressed dolls in the following colours -
* Brunette - pink
* Blonde - blue
* Auburn - lilac
2 variants of April Showers - another of my favourite outfits.
Red dress is harder to find than the blue one.
The two at either end are April Showers variants.
The other red jacket and hat is Singing in the Rain. Note the only difference is that it has red boots. It also comes with a red leather look bag.
The white and red jacket is Puddleduck.
These dresses came on the ready dressed doll.
I love these dresses simply called "Daisy", plain but sweet.
I just love these also.
The pink & red ones came ready dressed on blondes and the yellow came on the brunette.
The two fur outfits are the same but have different colours and names.
Teddy Bear in red fur and Flossie in the pink.
The leotards came on ready dressed dizzy daisies. The leotard on the brunette with the bob hairstyle is just a faded version of the one beside it - not a variant.
The plain red one also came in blue & green.
There was also a black one but not sure where it belongs. I don't have the last 3 mentioned
Huckleberry has 4 variants I know of.
People often mistake the blue striped and brown striped as one variant.
Two Derby Day variants on the left.
The center cream jacket is from Havoc and is made in the same style except the pocket differs.
Then we have two Sunday Best variants to the right.
The 2 pink skirts belong to In the Pink.
Brown skirt belongs to Wrap Up.
The pink spotty top is Sherbert while the red spotty top belongs to Concorde.
There are four variants I know of.
The forth has a navy blue background, which I don't have.
Show jumper in the black boots.
Gymkhana in the brown.
Note the different colour shades of boots.
The red set took me 4 purchases to complete, as it is harder to get than the green.
Both were originally sold as boxed sets with active dolls.
The Daisy & Spot outfit on the left is a skirt and top, while the optimum version on the right is a dress.
These would have to be my favourite outfits of all, as well as the short pink garden party.
I was thrilled when the light pink jacket and beige coloured dress turned up in a bulk lot I was offered.
I'd only ever seen that variant once on another website.
The jackets to Derby Day. Stunning.
Note the different coloured feathers and hankies.
Pale pink jacket has more of the fabric texture of Garden Party.
The three variants.
Sold on ready dressed dolls on the same coloured haired dolls as shown here.
And then there were 4.
The pink dress on the end is also called Garden Party.
Were they running out of names when they gave an entirely different outfit the same name?
Same outfits, different names, although both have variants.
Casbah also has another blue variant using Tiddlywinks fabric.
The one the brunette is wearing is a duller pink and the jacket is a browny black compared to the bright pink and shiny black the blonde is wearing.
Blue Jeans has the red stitching.
Arizona has the orange stitching.
Time Out has the blue stitching.
Easy Rider has the yellow stitching.
All the same style.
Flapper - pink.
Orange Sundae - orange.
Posh - navy blue. Comes with a navy blue jacket also.