Whether he’s climbing the Alps or celebrating with the Bavarian locals, Snoopy fits right in with his Lederhosen. He also has a Tyrolean hat, accented with a feather left for me by a local bird. Snoopy doll outfits were made for a variety of doll sizes from the late 1970’s into the early 1980’s. Be sure to subscribe to our Youtube channel for next month’s Snoopy’s Wardrobe Surprise.
Where to Buy
You can find Snoopy’s Wardrobe outfits in the CollectPeanuts.com online shop and at eBay. Belle, Woodstock and Spike are also available. For newer outfits that fit the vintage 18″ Snoopy by Determined Productions, try the wide variety of outfits available at Build-a-Bear Workshop. (affiliate links) By buying though the links on CollectPeanuts.com, you help keep these videos coming no matter what you purchase. Learn more…
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Have outfits you need to find a new home for? Send Caren an email at email@example.com. I’d love to share them with all the Peanuts fans! I especially need Spike’s overalls, small Snoopy outfits, plus 30″ and larger plush outfits. Thank you!