Come On In
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  • Second Year Only
  • An On Stage Fashion
  • There was a Jem song called "Come On In" 
  • All except sweater scan donated by  Rhonda Robinson!
  • It is one of the outfits featured in the Rock N' Curl Jem & Rock Backstager commercials (apparently the same footage), with no glaringly obvious differences that I can see from the produced fashion.  It may be in other commericals I haven't yet screen captured for this site.
  • The same photo (see left) is used for the 1987 US Hasbro Toy Fair Catalogue, the 1987 France/UK Toy Fair Catalogue, the Second Year Jem Catalogue Poster and the Second Year package art, and it looks pretty much exactly like what was produced.
  • This outfit is shown on the the It's Workin' Out Video Madness Box front image (same photo used  in the 1987 US Hasbro Toy Fair Catalogue Video Madness section) & the the It's Workin' Out Video Madness Box back image (same image is used on the Second Year Jem Catalogue Poster) I can't see any differences from the produced outfit.
  • It is one of the outfits featured in the Rock Backstager and Rock N' Curl Jem commercials. It may be in other commercials I haven't yet screen captured for this site.
  • It was not featured in the cartoon.
  • The back of the box always says what is contained with the fashion.  The bold words in my descriptions are what Hasbro themselves stated came with the it; Includes; striped top, stretch pants, belt and shoes
    striped top; white thick cotton with vertical dark aqua stripes, hemmed with aqua blue lamé, sleeve cuffs are elasticized.
  • This striped pattern was going to be reused for other clothing pieces in 1988, according to the photos in the Hasbro Pre-Toy Fair Catalogue Matching Medley Fashions.
  • stretch pants; Spandex with elasticized waist; blue and black horizontally striped.
    belt; long, asymmetrical pink leatherette with blue hologram "buckle", fastens with velcro
    shoes: They really don't seem to match the belt super well, do they?