Saturday, August 8, 2009

Treats at Target: Calista, Juku Couture, Moxie Girls

I went to Target and got permission from a store clerk to take a few photographs of their stock. Behold the ones that lit up my morning.

Ah Calista! Must have, must buy. Not today, but soon. And I might add a few of the Juku Couture dolls by Jakks Pacific, too. But first, Calista and her friends from the BFC Ink, Group by MGA Entertainment. I like their delicate look.

MGA Entertainment should thank Mattel for the lawsuit. The Moxie girls are MUCH cuter than any of the tarty, freakish-looking Bratz. And the Moxie girls have small noses. Noses! Sigh. The heads are still a little large, but the bodies seem taller and possibly a little wider. I'm tempted by the Art-titude dolls with bicycles included. Another 1:6 scale collector has some Bratz dolls that he describes as "aliens" in his doll setting. I guess there is room for alien dolls here.

Mercy lives: the Liv dolls are too big-headed for me so I have NO interest in them. That's good for me because I save money for others I AM interested in. But they have this playset that just might do for me. I'll have to see more of it before I decide.

There was a Walking Tuesday Taylor doll years ago. I didn't understand the walking fashion doll appeal then; I don't understand it now. But the dog is cute. Then again, there are those acid-vision lollipop trees. I'd have to inflict them on someone else.


Niel Camhalla said...

LOL at the Moxie girls as aliens. We sure can bend rules just to get the dolls we want. ^_^

D7ana said...

Yes, we can LOL!

Cute aliens on bicycles ... I can see them riding around the room now ;-D