The three-piece Mori Girl set (comprised of a long outer shirt, baggy T-shirt, and wide flare bottoms) is back (soon) in a pastel shade.
Mori Girl (森ガール) is a Japanese fashion style that depicts "a girl living in the forest wearing loose-fitting earthly colored fabrics that blend in with the surroundings."
While the pastel shade is a terrible choice for blending in the forest to hide from Predators that Arnold Schwarzenegger let get away, I think the new palette suits the three-piece set rather well.
The outer shirt and wide flare bottoms have gone through a weathering and bio wash to give them a soft natural wrinkly look. While the three items look great together, the baggy T-shirt looks great on its own with a pair of panties when lounging around at home or with a pair of jeans.
The Mori Girl set does go rather well with a low-hung dog tag and the soon-to-be-released Bucket Hat.
If you are looking for a relaxed, carefree aesthetic for your Smart Doll, this may be the item to get - but take note of the reasons not to buy before you decide. Made in Gifu Japan.
REASONS NOT TO BUY
-As the bottoms and outer shirt have gone through a session of weathering, even if you buy two sets, the wrinkles and any holes or loose threads will not be in the exact same place.
-Because the bottoms have a wide flare design, they may look like a skirt depending on how you pose the legs - this may be good or bad depending on what sort of aesthetic you want.
-Not ideal for deep-sea diving.
-Cannot be used to store air for diving.
-You could instead buy 17 bags of "Nishiki Medium Grain Rice, 10 lb" from Walmart.
-Cannot be used as a substitute for rice when making sushi.
-Nutritional value is very low - even when served with raw salmon.
What’s your fave sushi? Before I could eat raw fish, I used to just pick cucumber and egg all the time.
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