The online store, Doll Clothes Superstore is keeping the memory of Elvis Presley alive in a very special way. The online store is featuring three outfits that were inspired by the dramatic costumes worn by the late Elvis Presley.
One garment is a black velvet suit with gold metallic inset on the pants, along with a gold lined jacket, a gold trimmed belt and a coordinating cape. The other two outfits are also black with gold and purple accented jackets, pants, belts and corresponding capes. They fit perfectly on Ken dolls and GI Joe action figures.
In addition to the Elvis Presley inspired doll clothes, an amazing variety of clothes for some of today’s most popular dolls can be found on Doll Clothes Superstore, such as American Girl, My Twinn, Cabbage Patch, Cabbage Patch Kids, Barbie and Ken. The online store also features matching outfits for girls and their dolls, stuffed animal clothes, along with doll shoes and accessories.
Doll Clothes Superstore is a family company, which began more than 23 years ago, with a mother selling handmade doll clothes at craft shows, alongside her son and daughter.
Doll Clothes Superstore
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