There are so many outfits that is a perfect fit on her and are not featured in any of the small booklets. Most of the real Daisydresses are made after they discontinued making the booklets. That is when Flair and Optimum took over the production of Daisy.
Here, apart from showing all the lovely adds, I try to gather all the information/documentation that I can in hope of clearifying if some of the outfits we think are Daisys actually belong to her.
Any additional info is most welcome :o)
I wish I had a better scan af this one, it is hard to make out all the very lovely outfits shown here. Another lovely bride, and Lovely Luggage in blue/green (also made in beige).
And the Beauty Queen, to have that one!!! Apart from ones shown at the top of the page, i have one of the carded outfits shown in the add.
Need the Scarf for this one, and a belt for the second one.
Here is the "GlitterDress" as I call it (shown on the bike) It is also made in red and blue. I have all three.
The picture with 6 outfits, I still don't have the first pink one, the red shirt for the checkered shorts. I still miss the veil for the bride dress as well. I have the Riding gear and the Ballerina.
The 6 outfits lined up in a row. First one, Boudoir, comes in Yellow and Brown too, second ne I only have the top. The dress with white/silver top, lilac and blue skirt I have in other colours. The white skirt with the black and white top, resembles Jitterbug/Jive.
Missing everything else but the dress for this bride, but this one I have!
And new dresses again...
A bunch of French adds.
More Danish adds, most from Donald Duck magasines. The add reads "Daisy's new clothes in 1980",
The add says that nr.4 is made of stripy-velvet fabric, I have one but with red pockets? And the last one is out of fake fur. The fabric is like the Jane outfit.
"Skaterprincess!" "Lots of news!" and the other one reads "Good news for Daisy-Mothers!"
First one reads "Daisy's best friend", "3 wigs", obviously "Ballerina" and " Daisy can Walk", and the next "Now Daisy has got new clothes again!" and "And a real swing!"
The well known Joan Corless drawigs, showing lots of Daisys outfits.
All of these and the following pictuers comes from a Flair Toys catalogue from 1977.
Lots of great pictures.
A variation of Ritz, this is the one with the red velvet neclace that has a big pearl attached. The pearl is identical to the one used on the Derby Day-dress.
Several variatons I assume vere prototypes.
I have never seen it "live", I don't know if it was actually ever made.
Lots of great Daisy pictures!!!
This Flair catalogue fom 1976 is not mine, hope it's ok to display it here.
More Flair adds, from 1975.
This is probably well known to most collectors, lovely sketches.
Sketches from 1973