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In addition to Full Facial Make Over, Fully Lined Gown, Rooted Lashes, Panty Hose - This Delegate Features:

Representing the vast amount of Native American Indian tribes throughout the United States collectively comes this princess in an extravagant nod to Native American culture.

Miss NAC 2013 wears a sexy and eye-catching ensemble which begins with a poncho inspired sexy cropped top complete with full dramatic sleeves.

Top has been created in dazzling and shimmering gold metallic chain mail which has been fitted along sleeve edges with hand-sewn matching dangling gold eagle feather charms.

At front, a gold eagle charm festooned with genuine Swarovski crystal rhinestones has been hand-sewn onto chain mail.

Top is sexy and open at back and features a crisscross effect at upper back.

An extremely sexy, hip-hugging skirt in 100% silk gold bengaline is composed of two panels, back and front which have been attached via multiple hand-sewn strands of gold metallic seed beads which adorn each side of skirt revealing a very sexy length of leg.

Both front and back panels of skirt have been gorgeously covered in decadent Native American influenced bands of sequins and seed beads in shades of cobalt, yellow, red, black and white all against a backdrop of layered metallic gold and turquoise sequins and seed beads.

A matching elaborate headdress has been created beginning with a genuine leather headband in gold which has been decorated with hand-sewn beadwork and genuine Swarovski crystal rhinestones in diamond shape.

Headband gives way to multiple tiers of hand-sewn clusters of lush feathers red and white along with a row of gold metallic eagle feather charms.

Dangling from each side of headband at temples are clusters of white feathers wrapped in gold string and accented with golden eagle charms.

Turquoise metallic hoop earrings and turquoise ring comprise Miss NAC’s jewelry.

Eye Color: Brown / Lip Color: Red

Darkest brown hair is worn long and sleek

Doll Formerly: “Barbie Basics 002.5 – Model #4”

Native American Community 2012

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