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DRESS UP DOLL FOR XMAS

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stilletoe Tue 22-Sep-09 16:40:32

Hiya, wonder if anyone can recommend a good dress up doll with all the accessories to go with it like(buggies, food, clothes etc)that I can get my lo for xmas. She has a couple of soft my first dolls, but not a really nice one. She will be 3 soon.
thanks.

spacedog Tue 22-Sep-09 21:07:01

Try www.bambolina.co.uk- they have lovely unusual dolls and accessories and a truly great service. Everything comes beautifully wrappped in lovely pink tissue paper too. The owner is very helpful- you can email her if stuck and she'll make suggestions. I've bought loads from there.

Tikkabillajive Wed 23-Sep-09 13:22:30

My dd had one of these Moulin Roty dolls for Christmas last year from her grandparents when she was 3.5. Very expensive I know but they are just the loveliest dolls, and a really nice size for carrying around. She got some of the clothes for her birthday. I can see it being treasured for years and years.

That site looks lovely spacedog - not that we need any more dolls in this house!

stilletoe Wed 23-Sep-09 17:37:39

Hello, Tikabillajive and Spacedog, thanks heaps for replying to my message. I've had a look at both websites and am taken aback, as I have never seen such nice dolls before. I certainly did not get anything as nice as this when I was little and the high street shops don't have anything as nice as these that I've seen.

Well I can tell you, I am really spoit for choice, think I going to have to spend time having a look at the various dolls on both sites and see which one I think my DD would like best. stilletoe

lunavix Thu 24-Sep-09 11:54:41

I know this sounds awful but spacedog some of those dolls look like they are off Team America grin

spacedog Thu 24-Sep-09 13:48:12

shock lunavix, they might be listening wink

Yes, some on there are not to my taste but others are just lovely, and the quality is fab.

stilletoe, if you don't want one that's too expensive, the Corolle dolls on that website are lovely, easy to dress (esp the ones with the soft bodies) and come with all sorts of matching accessories. If you have a bigger budget (quite a bit bigger!) the Kathe Kruse dolls are beautiful and really well made. Don't buy those if your DD is still at the age where she might draw on them though as they are so expensive you will cry!

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