Can you tell I'm excited? This is unbelievable!
Here are the pics, found on Facebook and Flickr. (They just makes me crazy!)
Oh . . . frickin' . . . yes! Sorry, but as a doll lover who used to ask for a million Bratz for her birthday and Christmas, this is like finding out there's a fountain of youth or that money grows on trees! (All right, it's not as great as either of those things . . . not even close actually . . . but you get the point.) Woo!
Jade has always been my favorite, with her light skin and black hair--and I still really like this 10th Anniversary one--but I have to say that Yasmin is looking to be my favorite of the group this time. (She's always been my second favorite overall anyway. :) ) I just love her wavy brown hair here, and her little knit hat is adorable--such a pretty color! Cloe looks very sweet and girly, which is nice, and Sasha looks chic and sophisticated with the bobbed hair and white pants. I'm not usually a fan of the whole skinny pants thing, but I think they really work here. And Jade, of course--well, Jade's hair is beautiful, and her face, like the new faces of all the dolls, is fantastic. I adore the makeup. So pretty and sophisticated. The dolls are supposed to be out Fall 2010, but I saw somewhere that they may be in stores as soon as early July. Early July! That's only a few days away!
I seriously cannot wait. What was that about not having money for dolls? I will find a way.
And as if the return of Bratz isn't enough, now the Moxie Teenz are here--another thing I seem to have been unbelievably in the dark about. I love the Moxie Girlz (which apparently are no longer just a replacement for Bratz) and own a few--two Lexas and one Sophina--so it seems natural that I would love Moxie Teenz as well. And I think I will. Right now their faces look a little more babyish than I would expect a teen face to look (not that I want another teen doll looking like she's in her mid-twenties), but I think I'll get used to them. They're also apparently very tall--fourteen inches--which seems a little strange, but, again, I think I'll get used to that, too. In fact, I'm willing to bet I'll adore the extra inches once I get my hands on one.
Here's the thing, though--some people already have their hands on them. Yes, it's true. Supposedly some of them are out in stores now, but I haven't seen any. Once I get through with work in the next couple of days, you'd better believe I will be searching Targets, Wal-Marts, and Toys 'R' Us's. I'd post pics, but I can't seem to find any stock photos and don't want to step on any toes . . . you never know when even trying to give credit isn't enough. :)
Unfortunately, in looking on Flickr for those non-existent stock photos, I stumbled across some new "Barbie" dolls (in quotes because they don't look much like Barbies) called Flairies, or, individually, Shim'R, Glim'R, and Shyn'R.
I . . . can you guess? . . . kinda want them.