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Hello! I am a big doll collector so hopefully I can advise some!

 

The Hasbro Disney Princess dolls are sweet, although not the 2019 edition as their clothes are moulded on which sucks. I wouldn't recommend the Barbie Chelsea Club as again clothes are moulded on which isn't as fun. Shopkins Shoppies are small and quite sweet, maybe scour eBay and Facebook Marketplace for 90s Barbie, I find those are always the prettiest and the best quality. Jem and The Holograms dolls are interesting and can be quite cheap on eBay, if you aren't familiar with them they are off an 80s cartoon which was similar to Barbie and The Rockers. If you're in America, Tuesday Morning sell Barbie 70s reproductions and Barbie Silkstones which are pretty pricey but they're beautiful. Piny Pon are great for small customisable dolls, and their playsets are fun. They're pretty cheap as they didn't get too popular, but a cartoon of them came out a few months ago so hopefully they'll get more popular over time. I wouldn't recommend the new Polly Pocket dolls as they are very cheaply made. Enchantimals are a fun Mattel line, they're smaller than Barbies and every character is based on an animal, my Enchantimals doll is called Bree Bunny and she is a pink and white bunny girl. These dolls cost around £7 for the doll and her pet. Not dolls but Hatchimals are a lot of fun, they are fun to hatch and collect and the playsets are interesting. Hatchimals also recently released Pixies which are around £8 for one and you hatch them just like you would the normal Hatchimals. They come with a stand, a bed and the doll/figure. If you want a cheaper doll then Steffi and 90s Sindy are good Barbie alternatives. Mattel are soon releasing a line called Wild Hearts Crew, they're all goth-y girls and they look pretty cool. Winx are cute dolls, if you've seen the cartoon. They can be very cheap on ebay, I buy them for around £5-£10 in box. In my opinion the best dolls are the 2000s Barbie movie dolls such as Princess and The Pauper, Magic of Pegasus, Fairytopia etc. However these can sometimes cost a little more as they are very desired amongst the Barbie community. If you're in the states then check Goodwill and similar stores, I've seen they do bags of two or three dolls for around $6. If you're in the UK then carboot season is upon us and they can be a goldmine for dolls, some of my best and rarest dolls were cheap from the carboot. Also check charity shops, I've found a few treasures in them. Mercari is good for finding second hand dolls, but I wouldn't recommend Depop as not once have I ever found a good doll deal on there, they way overcharge. Facebook Marketplace is my best friend for dolls, especially bundles. Animators are great, and they can be found quite cheap second hand, I have a few I got for a good price. Barbie Fashionistas are also great, they recently released some disabled dolls which I think is fantastic!

 

The dolls I wouldn't recommend are L.O.L, Boxxy Girls, Off The Hook, new Monster High, 2015 Bratz, Barbie Chelsea Club and 2019 Hasbro Disney Princess.

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Also if you're willing to spend a bit more then look on aliexpress.com for icy blythe dolls. They are copies of the Kenner Blythe dolls but the quality is just as good. They're beautiful Japanese-y style dolls with massive eyes that change colour when you pull the chord. You can buy lolita dresses, cosplay and all sorts of clothes for them on the same website. I have one and it's one of the best things I have ever owned!

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I had an American Girl doll when I was younger. Maybe you'd like one of those? They come with little story books.

 

I've been thinking of getting/making a rag doll to cuddle with. Must be soft and huggable. :heart:  ^_^

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