Name  I Like Your Style Sheila "Jetta" Burns
Stock # (US) 14106
Package contents listing Content: 12-inch/1:6th scale fashion doll, outfit and accessories.
Comments/Trivia
  • Licensed by Hasbro and produced by Integrity Toys. 
  • From the I Like Your Style Mary "Stormer" Phillips & Sheila "Jetta" Burns Gift Set, part of the 35th Anniversary Collection. These dolls come in similar style fashions - bustier top, overshirt, skinny pants and jeans. 
  • I Like Your Style is the title of a Jem song from the cartoon.
  • Limited edition of 600 dolls. IT Direct / Sideshow Toys Exclusive
  • Doll by Vaughn Sawyers
  • Packaging and layouts by Alain Tremblay

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12-inch/1:6th scale fashion doll: pale Caucasian ("Japan" skin tone, in Integrity terms) complexion, extra long black wavy hair that frames the face in layers; blue/violet eyes, grey/white and black shimmery eye make up; hand applied black lashes; mulberry closed-mouth pouty lips. This photo is of her directly out of the box & hairnet. There is styling product in the hair when shipped; the hair can be reworked -at least, in theory- by more talented people than I, to suit the owner's tastes. 
  • This is the second time Integrity has used this face sculpt for Jetta. She's also been used on another Integrity character by the name of Adaline King. See a photo of the two Jettas side by side.
  • She is dated 2013 on the back of her head.
She has an articulated smooth vinyl body that can hold many poses. She comes with two pairs of hands. She is marked 2012 Integrity on her rear. (Back)
  • Integrity's Color Infusion line also uses this body type.
  • Her fingernails and toenails have mulberry pink polish.
These are the hands she was packaged with; they had cellophane baggies elasticized over them in the package.
The second pair are in different positions.
outfit Made up of pieces itemized below. 
Red satin overshirt (back); Rolled sleeves, notched lapels, no fasteners in front. It has shoulder pads built in; tagged, unlined.

Strapless black bustier; shiny pleather. Two flat hook and thick thread "eye" fasteners in back, as well as a clear monofiliment line sewn into the garment and tied in the back to keep it in place. Lined with black satiny material.

Pants: dull khaki green satiny skinny pants with a shiny pea green giraffe pattern printed on them, have back and front pockets and belt loops; two flat hook and thick thread "eye" fasteners in back. (Back)
accessories Made up of pieces itemized below. Most of these items were placed in an accessories box that looks a bit like an 80's cassette tape, placed in front of her legs in the box. 
neckerchief; black satiny material with tapered ends.
earrings: Gold tone hammered metal hoops dangling from a black enameled triangular-shape.
bracelet: gold tone cuff bracelet with faceted diamond/triangle pattern
Belt: brown pleather with a gold square buckle, flat hook and thick thread "eye" fastener in back
boots; high heeled lace up brown pleather boots with black laces and soles.
Saxophone strap; Black ribbon with silver toned metal fastener.

Saxophone; satin finish black sax with silver painted accents. (back)
  • A photo of original Jetta's sax with this one. They are the same mold but painted differently.
doll stand Made up of pieces itemized below. 

stand base: Thick fluorescent pink acrylic stand with holographic 35th Anniversary logo design. Reminiscent of Hasbro's clear pink stands.

Stand pole: chromed plastic tube with an adjustable metal inner pole.
under arm doll holder: Attaches to the top of the stand pole. Silver.
  • These silver doll holders seem to be interchangeable with the other two-doll sets from the 35th Anniversary series. 
saddle style holder: Attaches to the top of the stand pole. Silver.
  • These silver doll holders seem to be interchangeable with the other two-doll sets from the 35th Anniversary series. 
Box, liner and inserts not noted in Integrity's box contents above. We have longtime friend of the website Alain Tremblay to thank for designing the Jem packaging, as mentioned in the credits shown on the bottom of these boxes.  Please note, Stormer came with Jetta in this package, so there is only one outer package per two-doll set.

Box: Thick cardboard black satiny finish with a hot pink and pink foil confetti & music notes design on front; sides have the Jem logo & stars also in hot pink /pink foil; the back has a palm tree and spotlight design as well as more musical notes and confetti in hot pink/pink foil. It has Integrity Toys logo in white on both sides and Hasbro's current logo in white on the back. The bottom has licensing information etc in white. Over top of this is a magnetized flap that folds over the top, in shiny pink/orange & yellow with the Jem logo and 35th anniversary markings in holographic foil - it looks white in this photo!
  • These outer boxes seem to be interchangeable with the other two-doll sets from the 35th Anniversary series. 
The pink flap opens up to reveal the two single doll boxes inside. Each doll is packaged separately. The inside of the main box is hot pink with the Jem logo on the flap. The two single boxes put together (seen from the back) fit together to recreate the same design as the main box. 

Once completely removed, Jetta's box flap opens like a Western style book (Stormer's opens the opposite way, like a pair of cupboards!). The package is a blow up of the original Sharon Knettel artwork from the 1986 Hasbro boxes with 'Jetta of the Misfits' printed in pink holographic foil; it wraps around the one side of the single box. The other sides are similar to the larger box design (black and pink), the back is the spotlight half of the main box back design.

Pulled out of the "portrait" single box is yet another hot pink cardboard insert to which the doll is attached with white ribbons. The head/hair net is kept in place by a small piece of white thread. The back is white and gives access to the ribbons holding her waist and arms in place. The saxophone is in a cello baggie taped to one side of the box, the doll stand pole is taped to the back. Over the lower legs is a small cardboard box reminiscent of a cassette tape box. When removed, you can access the white ribbon holding the legs in place.

The cassette box is made up of 3 pieces; a top that closes over the bottom like a chocolate box basically, and a long pink strip of cardboard that tucks into two slits made in the inside of the doll's box. Inside are the second pair of hands, neckerchief, boots, stand parts, saxophone strap, bracelet & earrings, all in bags.

Certificate of Authenticity, 35th Anniversary: postcard sized. There is one per pair of dolls. It is bright pink/blank on the back, comes in a plastic baggie.
  • seem to be interchangeable with the other two-doll sets from the 35th Anniversary series. 

Other images of I Like Your Style Jetta
Source Differences from produced doll (if any)
Illustrations: Cartoon As far as I know, this fashion was only ever shown on the cartoon and was likely designed by one of the character designers at Sunbow. It is one of her earliest fashion designs. The Integrity version punches up the colour a bit, gave her hoops instead of large disc earrings. She was also given a bracelet and the boot style is more traditional looking.
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