The leopard print jacket in the upper left corner of Michelle Teen Fashion’s box turned out not to be as promising as it looked however, the doll came with a pair of serviceable black leggings that will work with all kinds of tops.
Teen Michelle's make up is somewhat harsh.
She looks like a street-wise older woman rather than a fresh faced teenager. Yet there is still some sweetness and vulnerability in her eyes. She seemed like a lady with a very interesting story so upgraded her to a Raven Simone Cheetah Girls body.
These 10” Pajama Party twins would make cute schoolgirls if their heads were not so large and if their legs could bend.
Fortunately I got some good use out of the pajama sets in The Cold Shoulder
and Beulah’s Boogie.
Last year these sets included two pajama ensembles (a nightie and wrapper or shorts, top, and wrapper) plus two throw pillows.
There was also a tissue box, and assorted toiletries.
For $5 this is a good deal so I might pick up some different color combinations from Roses this year.
Last year I chased all over town looking for these “My Style” clones of Mattel’s “My Scene” line.
Luckily, I arrived at my neighborhood Maxway shortly after the new deliveries for the fall season. By stretching to reach high on a shelf over my head and sorting through the white dolls stacked in front, I finally found a three pack of these girls who came with an assortment of stylish low-budget clothes.
I like this face better than Moxie Teenz Bijou’s glassy-eyed stare and the head is a better proportional fit on a Moxie Teenz body.
That body swap gave me a 6’6’ WNBA center.
If you need to start your own WNBA team, there are plenty of black “My Style” dolls available at Roses and Maxway stores in Atlanta.
Speaking of big headed dolls, I will probably go back to Dollar General for at least one more of these Dream Girl, Jean Series dolls.
I like her deep complexion, short haircut, and big brown eyes. They are glass but unlike the pricier Liv dolls, this dollar store doll’s eyes are both focused in the same direction. The outfit is also well made even though it closes with Velcro. This doll is too dark to match a Moxie Teenz Bijou body but there are two other denim outfits available and the price is much better than Mattel's denim basics line.