Classical Alice Sepia Version Pullip Doll

Is it laziness that compels Groove to produce the exact same doll in another shade? Maybe. Does it bother me? Nope.

I bought Pullip Classical Alice earlier this year because I just adored her precocious, almost icy beauty. She looked older than her years, and her outfit was just exquisite.

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Then Groove announces a “sepia” version of the same doll, and at first I’m put off. ANOTHER Alice? (Coincidentally, that’s the exact name of a Pullip Doll – “Another Alice.“)

Has anyone actually seen a “Sepia” tone ? It’s that faded, old-school photograph coloring that has faded orange tones. I’m not sure just how “Sepia” this Alice  is, but it doesn’t matter. She’s just beautiful. Stunning. And if it’s even possible, she’s icier than the original, which I really love.

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