In 2005, I purchased my first Blythe. For months prior, I thought this big-headed girl wasstrange and, honestly, not entirely appealing, but I was fascinated by custom dollls and found myself looking up Blythe again and again. One day, a photo of a pink-haired custom changed my mind in an instant, and Blythe was suddenly the cutest thing I'd ever seen.
I had to have one.
It didn't take long for me to start sewing dolly clothes, and in 2006 I officially opened my shop at pomme-pomme.com.
Even though other dolls have joined my collection over the years, Blythe remains my favorite muse, and I am thankful to her for bringing me friends and amazing customers from all over the world.
I ship only on Saturdays, and most items are made to order, so please be considerate of the time needed to get your items in the mail. Orders placed on Thursday and Friday may not be sent until the following week.
Parcels are sent via First Class/Airmail (with Delivery Confirmation in the US). If you would like to add insurance or upgrade your shipping method, please email me.
All pomme-pomme clothing is made in a very pink workroom, with attention to detail, and nearly a lifetime of sewing experience. All patterns are drafted by myself. Fabrics are washed and treated for color-fastness before use, however, care should be taken with any darkly colored doll clothing. Most items close with metal snaps, but some dresses (mostly the "mod" silhouettes) have thin velcro. pomme-pomme clothing will never compromise your girl's modesty, and always closes fully and securely in the back.
Items come from a smoke-free, but not pet-free home (the atelier is off-limits to cats, but there might be a dog under the table).
Should the need arise, please gently hand wash and air dry.
I often get questions about my girls' accessories, so here's the scoop! The tortoiseshell style glasses are from Tommy February 6's stock outfit. The black cateye glasses are from the now defunct Friends 2B Made store. The tan Mary Janes are Momoko shoes. To find any of them, my only advice is to keep an eye on eBay or one of the Blythe forums.