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Barbie Fashionistas Doll 27 Sweetheart Stripes - Curvy
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- Barbie Fashionistas doll includes a trendy patent leather peplum top with black and white stripes and pink detail paired with a dark denim pencil skirt with pink topstitching.
- Strappy black heels and sunglasses complete her look.
- Her long, wavy dark hair with cool blue highlights is right on trend.
- Find your style and play out your stories!
- More variety makes collecting Barbie Fashionistas dolls even more fun. Collect them all (each sold separately, subject to availability).
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With a ton of new looks, the Barbie Fashionistas dolls offer real-world diversity and fashion options for endless styling fun! Each doll wears a fabulous outfit that reflects current trends with a matching pair of shoes and one accessory, like glasses or a piece of jewelry. Each also has a unique look with a variety of hair colors and styles, eye colors, skin tones and face shapes; some of the dolls feature a flat foot for added diversity.
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This Curvy Barbie does not have bendy knees. Her arms and legs are hard plastic. I don't mind the non-bendy hard plastic body. I have a lot of Barbies from every era and these hard plastic legs that this Curvy Barbie has will hold up against time. Some of my Barbie's soft plastic legs are degraded badly. They are gummy and weird. This Curvy Barbie won't have that issue. She is very lightweight also.
She has nice thick hair. Curvy Barbie's hair is of good quality also. It is long, blue, black, and wavy. She has rooted hair, not a wig.
Her clothes disappointed me. They are cheaply made. This is why I deducted a star. I sew doll clothes. The shirt is better than the skirt, but still not great. The velcro on the shirt is sewn on. The velcro on the skirt is heat bonded on. It won't hold up for a lot of wardrobe changings. The skirt is not well sewn. At all. It is unraveling already. There should be some overlocking or serger stitching on the skirt to prevent that. There just isn't. The fit on the skirt is terrible. I understand these are doll clothes, but since she isn't standard Barbie size she may not have as much clothing for her to wear outside of the outfit she came with. Her arms and legs are larger than either of the previous Barbie's. Her whole body is larger. Standard barbie clothes won't fit her.
I sincerely hope Mattel keeps up with this line. I am pleased. I am an adult doll collector. This is my doll. I bought her from my local store because she went on sale there for less than she was here on Amazon. I did not buy her from Amazon. I am reviewing her because I want to help others make informed decisions on buying products. I like to share my experiences.
For the person, (or anyone else who has this opinion,) who gave this one star about this being a bad doll because she's fat, you are pitiful. So what if someone is big? That's none of your business, and you have no right to say things like "just loose weight" and that all of us are "mcdonalds customers". You don't know our story, and you don't deserve to know it, because you are a closed minded, spiteful human being.
To all you big girls, boys, and anyone else, I love you and you are beautiful just the way you are; I hope you realize that.
This is actually a product that I hope Mattel continues, despite the fact that there are things I think could be a little bit better, and things I would like to see taken a step further. It's really easy to say about something “it's just a doll,” or “it's just a movie,” so the body image portrayed doesn't matter. But as a large-framed woman who spent most of her youth being pushed, flat out told, and messaged by products and shows that her healthful and eventually underweight size was still too big, I have to respectfully disagree. Not everyone is capable because of their frame size of reaching super skinny sizes even when considerably underweight, and many people don't know that and so they end up in some pretty dark places trying to become something their body's not meant to be. They trust the messaging around them, and they are in many cases unaware of the differences between what is considered medically healthy and what society has deemed beautiful, because they are not necessarily the same depending on a person's body type...but unfortunately, they've kind of become linked as being one and the same right now despite that.
So as a woman who started a journey of recovery over 20 years ago, I want Mattel to know why this product matters, and why diversity in doll sizing matters. Currently, I'm a size 8, at the bottom of my healthy weight range, and underneath the clothes I wear, I've got a fair bit of rib showing with all that muscle I'm sporting these days. But fully clothed, I'm aware of how some people see my size because I've been hearing it all my life, and when I was growing up, super skinny was the only choice I had when it came to dolls. Because my sweet daughter inherited my frame size, it is important to me and matters to me as a consumer that she has options that reflect what she's going to be looking like at a healthy weight for her as a grown woman. And I want her to be healthy. I don't want her to walk some of the paths I've been on, so we talk about these issues often.
And curvy Barbie does I think look like what is an appropriate size for a large framed woman. I would still like to see a wider range in sizes on dolls. And I would like to see dolls that have a little less makeup being available to young girls, which is one of the reasons I also support Lammily.
For this doll in particular, I think it would be really nice if her knee joints were poseable like traditional Barbies. I also think it's a problem the way they put the tag ties through the head to hold them into the packaging. It's difficult to get them out without nicking out some of the hair. I ended up pulling the last one out with my teeth. A little bit of the hair on this was coming out when it arrived, but not much.
When I asked my daughter what she liked most about it, she said she liked the hair. She said it's just what she wants to do to her hair someday, just with a different color streaks. Good to know ;) Also, she said she liked that they made her look pretty without looking skinny. I like that too. She's very pleased with it, and has her two dolls right now chatting it up, albeit with some encouragement from me to make sure all of her different size dolls get to play together so that nobody is excluded. It's a more beautiful world for everybody involved when nobody is made to feel bad for being born a different size.