Terri and Tonya
Paper Dolls

The Terri and Tonya paper dolls are titled Terri and Tonya, The Duo-Tones, A Paper Doll Book.  I came up with three different dates when doing my research:  They are either from 1961, 1966 or 1970.  The clothing looks very 1960s, so I am putting them on this website as 1960s paper dolls.

Here are both of our girls in their flower power outfits practicing their music on their spiral staircase.

Here is one of the dolls.

And here is the other.

Terri and Tonya Paper Dolls Clothes:

The first page of clothing features a green dress, a blue and brown polka dot pants suit.  The pants are hip huggers and bell bottoms!  I used to be able to wear things like this!  The jacket matches the pants and there is a dark pink top underneath.  There is also a very colorful dress - very sixties!  And matching purse.  Flower power, man! 

This page of clothing has a very colorful flower raincoat with white go go boots!  There is also a diamond patterned skirt with matching sweater, a black skirt with flowers and a matching yellow sweater top.

This is a page of dressier outfits.  We have a black and white pant suit with jacket and matching purse.  Very vogue.  There is also a pink long-sleeved dress.  It looks like the sleeves could be shear and there are jewels at the cuffs and neckline.  At the bottom is a nice red dress with black trims.  There is a matching red and black hat and a red patent leather purse.

These girls were recording artists, so they have some pretty nice clothing.  On this page we have a lavender dress with blue flowers.  There is also a green striped skirt and jacket set with green knee socks.  And at the bottom is a brown/tan jacket with white muff collar.  There are a couple of hats and a purse on this page as well.

On this page we have an orange jumper dress with a pink flowered blouse underneath.  We also have a blue dress with a checkered bottom and striped top.  Notice the waist is low with a belt.  The shoes match perfectly.  We also have an orange, black, yellow and white poncho type top with three-quarters sleeves.

This last page of clothing has a red and white gingham dress, a yellow with purple trim dress and a blue princess style dress.  There are hats, hair bows and purses to coordinate with the various outfits as well.

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