Just for the heck of it I photographed the back of the box. I cant read a word of the writing, but it's still interesting to look at.
These images provide a rough idea of what Bibi-bo looks like, and one picture even shows her boyfriend, Tzon-Tzon. I like Tzon-Tzon, by the way; he has a sweet face that a lot of boy dolls don't have.
Tzon-Tzon apparently means "John-John." Hmmm...does that mean that Bibi-bo was dating a Kennedy? JFK, Jr's mama Jackie-O did marry a Greek multimillionaire, after all. Maybe that's where El Greco got the name? I'll probably never know the truth behind that one, but one can always pretend, right? Furthermore, if "Tzon-Tzon" means "John-John," then I wonder what "Bibi-bo" means?
Right then, back to the outfit. Apparently Bibi-bo and Sindy were so much alike that they even had similar body construction...but I must remember that my Sindy is not a Pedigree doll. That might thus mean that this new outfit won't fit her the same, or at all. We'll cross that bridge when we come to it but first...well, y'all know the drill by now!
Matching the bright pink on the hair ribbon are these shoes.
Unlike the vintage Barbie clothes that I've recently reviewed, the Bibi-bo outfit comes with jewelry.
Maxie can wear them, though.
In the handful of images that I've found online, Bibi-bo appears to have a head full of thick hair. Thus this headband might look better in her hair than it does in Sindy's more realistic tresses.
Overall I think this looks adorable on my Sindy and would look equally cute on any Sindy doll out there. I'd love to see what this particular outfit looks like on Gayle's dark vinyl too. That being said, I advise caution when seeking out a Bibi-bo outfit, as some parts may or may not be hemmed, and pieces from the line are pricey. Indeed, I could have bought two Butterfly Art Barbie dresses with what I spent on this one outfit. I'm not going to knock this outfit for the price, but it'll also be the last Bibi-bo outfit I buy for awhile.