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The Deluxe Doll House

Fashion Parade Dolls and Outfits

Deluxe History
The Soft Bodied Betty the Bride Dolls
Terry Tea Party Doll
Gail, Amy, and Connie, Debbie
Little Red Riding Hood and Sweet Mary
Snow White
Hints for Cleaning
Deluxe Reading Warranty
Deluxe Brochure
Betty the Bride and Sweet Rosemary
Darling Debbie
Beautiful Gail
Variations of the Stuffed Version (my Cherokee Maid)
Black Cinderella, Betty the Bride and Sweet Rosemary
Faces of the 30 Inch Dolls
Hard Plastic Deluxe Reading Sweet Ann
Sweet Gail
Miss Blossom Doll
Nancy Nurse
The Eegee Brides and Bridesmaid
Eegee Debutant High Heeled Dolls and More
Eegee My Fair Lady Doll
The Ideal Revlon Dolls
Uneeda and other Multi-Jointed Dolls
The Gorgeous Horsman Girls
Fashion Parade Dolls and Outfits
24 Inch Deluxe Doll Displays
Other High-heeled 24 Inch Dolls
Polly Ponds Doll
More Beautiful 24 Inch Dolls
Candy Fashion Doll
Suzy Homemaker, Beauty Parlor Version
Eegee Susan Stroller and Suzanne
Impco Tina Toddler, Patty Lynn, and the Horsman Saucys
Sayco and Jolly Dolls and Arranbee's Taffy
Gail of the West, Little Miss Fashion, Suzy Smart, Beauty Parlor Dolls
Flat-foot Alexanders
Sweet Sues and Tonis
Flirty Eyed American Character Dolls
Betsy McCall
Mother and Children Sets
High Heeled Alexander
Coty Girl Doll and Aranbee Sister, Nanette
Bonnie Bride with Satin Dress
Bonnie Bride-Ruffled Dress
Royal and 14R Marked Dolls
The Grannykins Dolls
Mother of the Bride Doll
Jointed Valentine? Doll
Handy Hints
Shipping Hints from the Experienced
Just for Fun
Ideas for Display

Informational Site Only
The Fashion Parade doll came in two versions that I have been able to find.
One is in a brown box, ( which may actually be faded down from yellow), and one in a blue box.

The blue box had a blue dress with medalians, a white dress with embroidery work, a pink dress with a hip bow, and a turqoise dress faded down to ivory (check the color of the bias tape on the hem, and turquoise shoes for the outfit),  with shoulder ties, and belongs with the 24 inch doll.

The brown (yellow) box had the white embroidered dress, with matching wide-brimmed portrait hat, a long satin, silver embellished formal, with a large blue bow, a turquoise green satin dress with matching wide-brimmed portrait hat, and a pink nighty to go with the 20 inch doll.



This is a picture I borrowed from a seller on ebay showing a vintage MINT set of the 20" Fashion Parade doll, with all the original accessories, in the still crisp and clear colors of the original doll.  Notice the color of the turquoise dress, since it usually fades down to an ivory color.



To order a necklace that is like the one worn by my doll, fashioned by my sister, click on the picture, and pay with paypal.  If you don't have that service, contact me with your order, and I'll process it. (Earrings are still not available, this is the necklace only)

Kathy Barna has self-published a book containing many pictures of my private collection of Deluxe Reading dolls, including the Fashion Parade series.  To see them for yourselves, as well as her fabulous Revlon and Revlon knock-off dolls, click on the link to order your own copy.  Prices at this time are $35 plus shipping.


To Order Your Copy of Kathy's Book Click Here to Contact Her

The 24 inch Fashion Parade Doll.



Above is the 24 inch version of the Fashion Parade...she has reddish hair.


Thanks so much to Natalie for the use of her mint 24" Fashion Parade doll pictures, with all of the outits that come with it.  Other pictures of the full outfits are on the display page...If anyone has a display of the girl in the Embroidered dress, please let me know.


Shoes for every dress, pink for the pretty pink dress, blue for the blue dress, green for the green dress faded down, and white for the white dress.
The blue dress shown below just has a small hat for it's accessory, instead of the full portrait hat.



Notice that this doll is a brunette, and this is the 20 inch version, which came with a pink negligee set, a white satin silver stiching embelished gown, with a dark navy bow.  She aslso sported a green satin street-length dress with big pink roses, and a matching wide-brimmed portrait hat, that has usually faded down to an ivory.  If you find one, you will find green stiching and green bias tape on the hemline, indicating that it was at one time that color.  She also has some of the fanciest jewelry for a doll of this size, with large bauble earrings, and a matching necklace.  She also has the pretty embroidered dress that is found frequently on the 24 inch Janie doll.





The top dress has ties that form a bow on the shoulder with a ruffle showing at the bottom of the dress and a large flower. There is also the wide-brimmed hat. The dress at the top is the way you usually find this dress.  The turquoise picture shows the color it was, before it faded down. This version is the 20 inch Fashion Parade dress, but the color is what I want you to see.

The dress on the bottom has three-quarter length sleeves and a huge bow with flower at the hip, also with the wide-brimmed hat. Can you imagine walking around all night fighting that bow on your hip?



Reproduction Shoes for the 24" Dolls

Check out the display doll section for more information.