>>229>Barbie has been constantly going down the hill since the end of 2013 both in fashion and quality
I don't really keep an eye on Barbie so I haven't noticed the decline, but fuck some of those are straight up awful. I think the only one that looks remotely good is the one on the end at the right of the 90s one, but that's without seeing what she actually looks like in person. >Mattel genius decision of making different body types, notably the "curvy" one, aka fatso, the newest fashion packs that meant to fit all, almost always look like potato sack on the nonfat dolls
You think that the more popular fashion items would be released to fit the older size dolls as well, meaning that adult collectors and children can still get the clothes they want to fit a particular size doll. >Yes, it's just one hard plastic piece so only the hips can move.
Bloody hell>Have you completely stopped collecting in the meantime or just collected something else?
I've never bothered with them until an anon over on 4/toy/ posted one he collected (think she was an older Barbie with a cool tie-dyed shirt) and I realised that some look cool. I was looking into BJDs and other /doll/ stuff but put off by the price at the time, so an affordable and decent looking doll is what caught my attention