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September 15, 2009
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Soulless Victorian Dress-Up Doll

The lovely lady you see here is Alexia Tarabotti, heroine of the novel Soulless, in bookstores October 2009! It’s a really fun paranormal/steampunk novel taking place in Victorian England, full of virile werewolves, dandified vampires, mystery, romance, gadgets, tea, hats, and parasol guns. What’s not to love?

I had a blast not only reading it, but working on the doll. Undergarments, clothing, accessories, and hair are accurate to 1873. Every dress is from the book, and without giving too much away, a few of the accessories play key roles! Read the book to find out more! Seriously! One character made me squeal out loud he was so freaky!

Click on Alexia’s hair to change the styles, and her face to change her expression.

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Soulless is written by Gail Carriger
Published by Orbit Books, an imprint of Hachette Book Group.
Doll by Sarah Vaughn
Play the doll on Orbitbooks!
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nepetaleijons Featured By Owner Apr 7, 2014
Thank you for this wonderful dress up game, and for introducing me to my now favourite book series. c:
VictoriaSaviles Featured By Owner Oct 31, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
i just found the novel and i must say i love them!
You did really great on the game ;)
GealachCaora Featured By Owner Oct 6, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Nice Dress Up game. I LOVE the Layd Alexia books. Finally some werwolf/vampire stuff with some bite. :D
Abrigedfoamy Featured By Owner Jul 23, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
don't read the comic just a warning
KiraLoganLollipop Featured By Owner Jul 4, 2012  Student Artist
I really like the Misty background effect. Keep up the good work! :3


Impossible is Nothing....
kiyotea Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2012
Hi! I know this is like, three years old, but do you still have references for the hairstyles and clothing? I would love to see where the inspiration came from, particularly in the area of hair, and so I could have a reference to try my hand at styling my own hair in such a way.
Thanks so much!
savivi Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
Hey there, I know this is really late, but to give you an idea, one of the books I used was "Victorian Fashions and Costumes from Harper's Bazar 1867-1898" - from Dover Publications. I hope that helps!
sarpndo Featured By Owner May 31, 2012
I love victorian styles. :) It's awesome. I love your stuff.
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