Sweater Lady (#976, 1959-1962); orange knit sleeveless shell, long sleeved sweater and grey flannel skirt. A miniature pair of scissors, bowl of yarn and knitting needles and a how you can knit” e book accompanied the outfit. Formal Occasion (#1697, 1967-1968); slender white crepe long-sleeved costume — the skirt was embroidered with a gold filigree design. A gold lamé cape with cherry pink chiffon lining and connected hood accomplished the outfit, worn with white pumps.
Disco Dater (#1807, 1967-1968); pale shiny orange satin gown with spaghetti straps — it fell above the knees — with a dropped waistline and pleated skirt. The lacy over-sheath was a darker orange. Orange closed-toe footwear were included. Day in City (#1712, 1965-1966); a pale blue-turquoise costume of linen with a brown plastic belt and an ecru tweed coat edged in brown. The outfit had brown footwear and a handbag that matched the dress.
Quite a lot of outfits and equipment had been produced for Skipper, Tutti and Francie dolls and all of their associates. Skipper had 12 new outfits along with six from 1966. Francie and Casey’s wardrobe increased with 28 new ensembles — 4 have been repeated from 1966. Tutti had four new outfits and a couple of present units (full with dolls). Ken Doll did not get new outfits in 1967 however a number of had been re-launched from the 1966 line.
Pink Moonbeams (#1694, 1967-1968); pale or sizzling pink tricot nightgown with a white lace bodice. The ribbon-straps had floral accents. The negligée got here with a matching robe (with both pale or hot pink lining) covered with white lace. Pink open-toed footwear came with the set. Barbie Babysits (#7882. 1974-1976); apron, loose-becoming sacque jacket, christening gown, bunting, bonnet, plastic cradle and equipment and of course, the baby doll!