Friday’s Favorites: The Doll City Rocker

Today’s Friday’s Favorites is an Etsy store that sells items influenced by my favorite fall holiday: Dia de los Muertos. Growing up in San Diego, I remember trips to Old Town the day after Halloween and the sites and smells emanating from every shop and restaurant. It’s a day for celebration of our loved ones who have passed on, not a time to mourn them as some may think from the skeletal imagery. Look beyond the skeletons to the colors, the foods, the garb and you will find joy and happiness in the knowledge that our deceased loved ones should be celebrated. Suzi of The Doll City Rocker shop has beautiful designs sure to add the nature of this festive holiday to your event wardrobe or even perhaps your wedding.

“Who is The Doll City Rocker?
Originally, I’m a London Girl! But I’ve lived and moved in many parts of The City and met many interesting people along the way. A rebel at heart, a lover of the alternative and very much an individual!

The Brand:
“The Doll City Rocker” was officially created after many years of sewing for myself and friends. The brand first launched with a range of Burlesque inspired accessories and has gradually grown to include more Rockabilly and 50s inspired designs.” – Etsy profile:

FYI: I have sought permission from this vendor to use her products and her photos. Please do not use these photos for personal gain or copy the designs presented. These products are the livelihood, passion, and intellectual property of the artist and to copy these items or to use them for person gain is both highly unethical and in some cases is a violation of copyright law.

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