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  • A dozen new pink “Welcome to the Void” baby-doll T-shirts sat on the back seat next to thirteen new shirts for Dad: ten black, two of the new white ones, and one royal blue, all purchased by Talbot from a lucky vendor.

    Crossed

  • This may explain why the 1960s British pop star long ago chucked the miniskirts and trumpet-sleeved baby-doll dresses that were part of her mod, mod, mod, mod world.

    Bringing 'Downtown' to Midtown

  • How far she can go is at least Hollywood, after showing up in a short baby-doll dress and boots and singing a tune in her itty bitty voice while flinging her arms.

    'American Idol': Season 10, episode 4

  • The same went for the pancake makeup, the helmet-wigs, and that perky, baby-doll voice.

    Everything I need to know, I learned from Tammy Faye « Dating Jesus

  • Prettily and sexily costumed by Ms. Kurtzman in brief baby-doll tunics in a range of cerise and gray hues sparingly appliquéd with tiny roses and paired with pearlescent trunks, Mr. Morris's octet of women form a gamboling sisterhood—think classical nymphs rendered by Isadora Duncan.

    Where Dancers and Patrons Meet for a Duet

  • Harvey recently traded her elderly bluesman growl for a baby-doll falsetto, and the juxtaposition between her newly girly voice and the disc's preoccupation with death and decay Soldiers fell like lumps of meat/. . .

    Album review: PJ Harvey, "Let England Shake"

  • When the door opens, her baby-doll hands with their severely short nails, sans polish, fly into action as they have every day for the last six years since she and her husband, Michael Guo, opened Butterfly Nail Spa.

    Nancy Ruhling: Astoria Characters: The Woman in the Window

  • That's why I am fine with Ubi marketing puppy and baby-doll games to little girls -- especially if it gets them comfortable at an early age with interactivity, technology, hardware devices and stuff like that.

    Women Audiences, Women Characters

  • It was in Paris in the 1960s, and during the meeting Balenciaga threw a copy of Paris Match across the room, outraged that a Pierre Cardin baby-doll dress was on the cover.

    Fashion's Eternal Flame

  • Tom Kublin A dress from Balenciaga's winter 1955/56 collection made in a fabric called Oréo produced by the firm of Abraham Ltd. Why did Balenciaga object to the baby-doll?

    Fashion's Eternal Flame

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