I did the “paper doll” thing as a kid only until I got my hands on a sweet, sweet set of Fashion Plates. Then, paper dolls were obsolete to me. You mix up crayons and interchangeable seperates, and I am one happy kid.
It seems, though, that paper dolls have adorned the lustful eye of one designer, Lotty Dotty. They have created a paper doll shirt completely with alternative outfits and big, silky bows. Bonus item: the shirt is completely eco-friendly.
Our t-shirts are made of 100% organic cotton and manufactured using green energy from wind and solar power.
So, Would You Wear: An “interactive” paper doll tee?
Tell us in the comments!