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- Celebrate the holidays with this glamorous Barbie collector doll
- 2013 Holiday Barbie doll is radiant in silver
- Her beautiful silver gown features glitter details with tulle and brocade decorations
- Statement necklace and earrings, fuschia nails and fuschia lips complete the festive look
- A must have favorite Barbie Collector Doll year after year!
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A Beloved Holiday Tradition
A vision of beauty, a tradition to treasure! In 2013’s special occasion gown, Barbie has never looked more shimmery and radiant. An absolutely stunning gift for the young and young at heart, the Holiday Barbie Doll will only be available during the 2013 holiday season.
- Annual tradition of dolls with elegant holiday-inspired gowns
- Silver anniversary gown inspired by moonlit snow fields
- Accessorized with beautifully-detailed silvery earrings
- African-American version of doll in same gown also available (sold separately)
- Includes doll in gift-ready packaging
2013 Holiday Barbie Doll
The Holiday Barbie Doll is one of the longest running series of collectible Barbie dolls. Since 1988, these dolls have imagined Barbie at the center of a fantastic and glamorous holiday event – one requiring a gown that’s unique, festive, luxurious and stunning.
For the silver anniversary doll in the series, it’s fitting that Barbie doll wears a silvery gown, calling to mind the shimmering color of moonlight reflected on snow-covered fields at the dawn of winter. The snowflake patterns falling from her dramatic one-shoulder bodice down the length of the dress emphasize the fashion theme.
Elegance for All Ages
Snowflake-inspired silvery earrings peek out from underneath soft, flowing hair, completing Barbie doll’s new holiday look. A gorgeous treat for girls, and a thoughtful gift for adult Barbie fans, too, the 2013 Holiday Barbie Doll is a vision of beauty from a true winter wonderland!
The Holiday Barbie Doll comes inside gift-ready packaging. Doll stand is not included.
Top Customer Reviews
This edition is a very nice addition to the set.
At first - I was little surprised Matell didn't do a bit more for this 25th Anniversary edition, however it is very nicely detailed and has its own understated glamor about it.
In other words, I feel it's in line with the other Holiday Barbies but it doesn't have the *wow* - of the Bob Mackie Barbies for example.
That being said her makeup is perfect and the dress is stunning, the pictures don't do it justice, it has an iridescent sheen to it with a snowflake overlay.
For those who do take her out of the case she comes with a stand for display, for those who don't, the case is the standard square style, not the oval or half-oval as in other years.
All in all she has an understated elegance about her, and a great addition to the Holiday collection!
Nancy & Jim
A little background: I grew up during the days of the first two Barbies--the "ponytail" and the "bubble." Sorry to have to say this, but Barbie's (as well as Midge's, Scooter's, et al.) quality was much higher in those days, so for those of my generation, the Barbies that have come since have all fallen somewhat short. However, that doesn't mean they're not beautiful and this is especially true of the Collector Series. Mind you, I'm not the one doing the collecting; fortunately there's a littl'un in my life who's about the "girliest" child ever born, still plays with dolls, and who adores Barbie. Not unpredictably, she went nuts over the 2013 Holiday Doll.
This particular Collector is a vision in white, something I tend to be a sucker for in general. Her long blonde hair is a perfect complement, as are her blue eyes and rose-colored lips. Her earrings and gown are tastefully spangled and about the only thing I'd have changed is adding a pair of opera-length gloves. She appears to have walked out of the pages of a fairy tale. Everything seems to be of nice quality but I wish with all my heart that this most American of toys were still made here.
As at least one other person has mentioned, the box in which Barbie resides is rather flimsy and really isn't appropriate for display, at least by discerning adult collectors. However, I can't complain about this too much since this particular doll is going to see active service with her owner albeit not until after Christmas. After the first viewing, she likes to put such "Auntie" gifts away until after holidays; she somehow feels that's a more appropriate way to take possession and who am I to argue?Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The make up of the barbie is really nice. The hair is nice loose curls. The earrings are really extravagant. The dress looks like a very fancy snowflake. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Ger
I gave this 2013 barbie a 5 star review because I LOVE this barbie. However, the box she came in was slightly damaged and the front plastic was scratched. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Taylor Walker
This was purchased as a gift for my grand daughter. I failed to buy the 2013 the same year she was born and was happy to find this one! Read morePublished 1 month ago by Gloria Bennett