Story time first: One of my dolls is a Soom Bygg w/unicorn parts, and she has the fullset dress and cape. Very cute. The only thing that bothers me about the outfit is the neck jewelry (scroll down on the Soom page a bit) - it's really tight against her neck and I'm worried that it would eventually damage the sealant or blushing. My plan is to take it off and move it a little farther down on the straps. If I ever sold the altered outfit I would tell my buyer that I had done so. No question. I know that general wear and tear and mending of unfortunate mishaps can decrease the value of an outfit, but what about tweaking an outfit so that if fits just that little bit better? There is such a huge variety of doll body shapes that an outfit made for one doll won't necessarily fit another. Skill in execution is obviously a factor, but... Does even a little bit of tailoring destroy the value of an outfit? Is there a scale of how much tailoring you can do before it starts to affect the value? Would it matter if the tailoring was reversible (e.g. shortening straps or a skirt and leaving the excess fabric)? What about adding to an outfit? One of my dolls is rather busty, so she probably couldn't, for example, fit into one of those much-coveted Fers. I'd have to add fabric or maybe grommets and ribbon to make it able to close decently. I'm interested in hearing your opinions.