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The Good, The Bad, and The Honest
on April 18, 2016
We're huge fans of Equestria Girl dolls in our home as I have 2 girls, aged 10 and 6. I feel they are age appropriate for almost any age beginning at age 5.
The Good: The quality is fantastic, and as we have had this doll for some time now, it has held up great and is still in great condition. The value is great for getting so many accessories. A change of clothes and shoes, wings, brush, purse, earrings, stickers, and hair clip are great additions. The arms bend at the elbows, and the legs at the knee, which makes this doll very versatile.
The Bad: As others have mentioned, this particular doll does not have real feet. Right about the mid-calf they turn into a little ball which snap into the shoes. While, overall, this isn't a huge issue, it does make the doll "weird." It looks downright odd when the boots are taken off, and both my daughters think it looks strange. Although they still have no problem playing with them. They would prefer for them to have real feet as other Equestria Girl dolls do. I'm unsure why there are two different kinds of Equestria Girl dolls. One has feet, the other have these strange half-calf things. This is the reason for not giving a full 5 stars. An additional note, the hair clips always get to the point where they are unusable and too tangled. This isn't exactly the manufacturers fault, it's just incredibly difficult to keep it looking nice and straight. We have many of these clips, and they usually don't last very long.
The Honest: I will continue buying Equestria Girl dolls because they are fun and high quality. While I dislike the "no feet" issue, it will not hinder me from continuing to buy them.