Sunday, 13 February 2011

Mode pour très jeunes dames

As seen in a shop for very young ladies.

25 comments:

andrew1860 said...

This shows your city can also have fun with window displays

Diane said...

Very well behaved looking Barbies. I used to have a "Tressy" are you old enough to remember her? She had hair that you could grow long, and then wind back in (using a key in her back) so that she could have a short style too. xxx

bfarr said...

I'll take the barbie dolls...

Woody said...

The one barbie is waving, while the others are snubbing the kens that are just outside the photo ;-)

Bob Crowe said...

There might be other demographic segments interested in Barbie, too. Why, even I had Barbie in a blog post once, http://saintlouismodailyphoto.blogspot.com/2009/06/cdpp-monthly-theme-day-feet.html.

BTW, I appreciate your effort to improve my French by leaving comments in your language. I am groping my way through them but I'll be damned if I write comments in French here any time soon. I have a long way to go.

Magpie said...

That's an unusual window display. That Barbie, she sure gets around.

Randy said...

Wow what a fancy party dress!

Oakland Daily Photo said...

So the message is, even Barbie would wear this?

Small City Scenes said...

Oh barbie---girls just want to have fun. MB

Dina said...

Aww.

Thirtytwo degrees said...

I like the iridescent quality of the pink dress with yoke...very suitable for a very young girl, but the Barbie dolls make me wonder...they are too ultra sophisticated for this style dress to be displayed alongside them..it is so demure in tone!

Malyss said...

Quand j'etais petite, ma maman me faisait tous mes habits, et souvent, elle faisait les mêmes à ma Barbie! on n'en avait qu'une , à l'epoque.(Je l'ai toujours , d'ailleurs! :)

Cezar and Léia said...

C'est "un type" caractéristique de la famille bcbg?
Bon, je me souviens que ma maman aussi faisait mes robes.Je avait pas une Barbie ( peut-être cars je suis ancienne!mdr), mais c’était une "SUZIE", presque la même poupée!La mienne était brune! :)
bises
Léia

VP said...

I am a long time observer of shop windows, but this was unexpected!

Gunn said...

This is sooooooo pretty and very feminine and stylish!!
Love it!

ALAIN said...

Cela change des jeans et des pulls noirs.

Leif Hagen said...

Surely that shop window would have caught our 3 daughters' attention!

Birdman said...

Barbies of the world UNITE!

Olivier said...

moi je joue avec mes playmobils , toi avec tes barbies ;o) nous sommes encore de jeunes enfants

Loree said...

Oh so cute. I think that if I chanced on a barbie doll I would still play with it!

Kay L. Davies said...

A very fun window display!
-- K

Kay, Alberta, Canada
An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

EG Wow said...

Oh, this shop window made me smile. :)

T. Becque said...

I had a few when I was young too!

Sharon Van Lieu said...

Oh, this is MARVELOUS!!! I think this is fabulous, Ciel!

Sharon

Becky said...

Hey, you figured out the font change thing! Looks fun! I like it!

This picture makes me smile - I collected Barbies as a kid (to play with) and now have a box of Barbies (collectibles) in their original packaging. One day I hope to have enough room to display them somewhere. :)