A blythe doll foot (tbl body) in a pair of Licca flats.^ there’s quite a bit of gappage. The shoes don’t look terrible on blythe feet, but if you hold the doll, the shoes will sort of dangle off their feet.
Blythe feet (Wendy weekender) in Licca chan boots (from the Bijou series). It’s a good fit!
Quick post on blythe and licca (4th gen only) proportions.
Shoes that fit blythe:
- Licca shoes are big on blythe feet
- Some azone shoes fit, but they’re usually a bit big
- Some Rement shoes fit (I have 2 pairs of maryjanes and 1 pair of rement boots that fit blythe feet)
- Only Hearts Club shoes should fit (according to my research)
- Some Barbie shoes fit (the non-heeled ones, because blythe feet aren’t arched)
- Ely Chan (the Daiso licca knockoff) shoes will fit for the most part (some shoes might be too small)
A word on Blythe and Licca body proportions:
- Licca chan’s body is more petite than a Blythe body.
- I find that some Azone Pure Neemo XS clothes fit Licca chan very well.
- Blythe clothes are oversized on Licca chan, which can be cute or awkward looking depending on what the item is.
- Vintage skipper clothes will fit Blythe.
- Some Barbie clothes will fit Blythe (some tops).
- Ely chan fashion packs will fit Blythe.
A closeup of a Blythe foot (left) and a Licca foot (right). The Licca foot is considerably bigger.
From left to right: Licca stock sneakers, Blythe stock converses, Licca stock Mary Janes, and Blythe stock heel booties
The openings to the Licca shoes are bigger to accommodate the bigger, wider Licca feet. The Licca shoes that I own are also squished than blythe shoes. Honestly, the fit of a licca shoe on a licca foot isn’t exactly snug, but more of a loose fit.
I hope this was helpful!
I made it to a beach this weekend, and I even brought my newest blythe with me for photos… but I didn’t take any. I think maybe I don’t like the idea of Blythe dolls and the beach – maybe it’s the sand, the glaring sun, and the sea water, and how all of those things can potentially do some damage.
Instead, I took the time to redress three of my girls:
I put Pineapple Princess in her other stock outfit. Her hair is still a HUGE mess, so I put it into two chunky braids. I think she looks really cute! I still don’t know what to call her. The only thing that comes to mind is Piña Colada.
Marina and Reese also got an outfit change. Reese isn’t really season appropriate, so no photos of her, but Marina is looking particularly cute, so I wanted to share ^^.
Hopefully next weekend, I’ll take a girl out to the park for pictures. At this point, photo shoots or changing outfits feel a bit forced. I’m content with having all of my dolls just sit on the shelf and look pretty. I’m hoping that by pushing myself to tote a doll around, it’ll become something I want to do naturally.
I’m kind of sick of being in this doll hobby funk. It’s getting old.
Reese (WW) wearing a petite creayations dress, lace socks, and dark teal Mary Janes.
My Blythe Adores Anna wearing a dress shirt i purchased from etsy, white socks, and rement brown boots. I might… name her Luna. I don’t know though!
In the midst of a major slump. Maybe it’s the winter blues (winter blues apparently is more than just the state of the weather. My whole body is just in the season of winter, and I’m feeling restless and hibernate-y).
I’ve been away from blogging and pretty much all of my hobbies for longer than I would have liked. I guess I’ve just really not been in any sort of mood to do anything.
I have been… watching a crap ton of movies and playing so much of the new Story of Seasons game (finished year 1).
I’ve had some exciting new additions to my doll family recently.
This is Xenon (also Zee, Zi, or Z) for short. She is a Project Doll House custom by Jannette ^^. She looks so different from Marina (a 2015 custom). I always think it’s pretty neat to see how a person’s artistic style changes through the years. I’ll have to take a side by side photo of Xenon and Marina soon.
Jannette also included a gift girl >_<. This pretty is a DIM Trisha (I think) on a modded Licca body. I super love her faceup! It’s so delicate, and she’s giving me major Snow White vibes with her rosy lips and cheeks (that signature style blush :3) and dark brows and lashes. I’ve ordered her a pair of eyes and a wig, and I had fun shopping for her too! I normally am not a fan of things that involve tiny pieces (sewing… model building… puzzles…), but I’m likely to just keep this girl in the same wig and eyes for forever ^^. Hopefully the ones I ordered will suit her.
Honestly… if this pink hair, purple eye combo works, I’m tempted to name her Potpourri after an older Harvest Moon character.
I do have one more addition to the family, but I will be saving that for another post. ^^
Yep, I’m still in a rut. I haven’t really done anything with my dolls as of late, except maybe redress them with some new clothes I received recently. Which brings me to mail roll call:
- Hi-Ho Marine custom by Jannette of Project Doll House
- Jerry Berry I adopted from Jannette also
- A Dim Doll head on a licca body from Jannette as a much-too-gracious gift
Side note: this box is going to be the most next level package ever.
Photos by Jannette herself. I love my hi-ho custom so much. I purchased the base doll on Dolly Adoptions with the intent to send her away to Jannette, and the big reveal happened a few weeks ago. MAGIC. It’s amazing how Jann’s style developed through doing face ups and customizing various dolls, and then translating that skill wonderfully on my new girl. I love how graphic and fun this girl looks with all of those pops of colors, and the cute bob she gave her.
I’m not sure what I’ll name her. I wanted a space themed name, because her whole look to me says out of this world. I was thinking maybe Luna, Cosmia, Orion… Spock maybe (though I’m not a fan of Star Trek). I don’t know yet. Maybe River?
It’s also wild to me that I adopted a Jerry Berry. And the DIM girl I can’t even process yet that she’ll be coming to live with me.
- My Kickstarter order finally hit the shipping stage.
- A stationary order of washi and art prints
- Ronmiel outfit set
- Remember Design 2 outfits
And … I think that’s it.
I guess being in a rut has not stopped me from shopping…
This is Remy (short for Remington), my 2nd Generation Repro Licca Chan. The repros are more petite than the modern Liccas (which I believe are 4th gen). It’s a bit tough finding clothes and shoes that fit, since she’s an awkward size.
In the photo above, Remy is wearing an Azone Pure Neemo XS dress, which fits perfectly. She’s also wearing a Daiso Ely chan pair of shoes. I’ve also found that some blythe outfits will fit nicely (the ones that are super snug on a stock blythe body). Other than the things I mentioned above, I’ve had to knit my repro clothes. I think middie shoes might fit her tiny feet, but I haven’t had the chance to try them.
I’m kind of in love with all the sets by Sugarbabylove but i haven’t pulled the trigger yet (someday!).
Remy is hard to dress, but she’s still one of my favorite dolls. She looks so unique with her bean shaped head. She’s also super photogenic :3
My sister gave me an etsy gift card for my birthday, which was both awesome and not so awesome. Awesome because I love Etsy and shopping for doll things. Not so awesome because oddly enough, most of the stores I love only accept paypal (boo).
I purchased the following on eBay and Etsy:
None of these photos are mine (taken from the sales listings). Clockwise from the upper left hand corner:
I guess I like dressing my girls in tailored clothes or clothes that look like shrunken down human clothes (I have a hard time with shapeless or odd proportions).
I redressed a few of my dolls. I hope to redress the remainder of my girls tomorrow. I’m pretty happy with how Marina looks wearing white, with her hair in her signature braid (it even forks at the end like a tail!). I think if the weather is nice this weekend, I’ll take two of my dolls out. But it’s only Monday, so who knows how I’ll feel on Friday >_<.