This is actually the first Curvy model I've noticed in a set. That doesn't mean there haven't been others, of course. I see such hate and disdain on posts about Curvy Barbie's that I guess I was pleasantly surprised that Mattel is featuring one in a set and not just on Instagram.
The prototype Barbie on the back is gorgeous and has a distinguished cupids bow.
The real one though looks, uh, a tad different. Her lip paint got jacked up too.
I know it wouldn't be durable at all, but for once I'd like them to issue one of these hats as cloth or paper.
But I doubt that would ever happen considering they keep issuing these faux outfits. From a distance they look okay but close up they look so sad.
Both dolls have flat feet with the chef rocking some Crocs and the waiter in nice dress shoes.
Apparently you are dining alone because there is only 1 plate in this set! Now that's stingy.
This was the only thing I purchased, a Harley Ken for $10. Everyone else probably has one of these, but I wasn't collecting when he came out so I was all, "GASP!" when I saw him.
I didn't photograph my booth since it was the same setup as last time. The show was great and I was so happy to sell out of the 50+ dolls I brought. One lady bought 23 dolls! She said they were for her grandkids. All I could think was, "Dang, Lady! How many grandkids you got?!" I gave her a stack of clothes for the dolls for free. She deserved it!
Per usual, I carry a doll with me when I travel but I rarely have time to take photos or I forget about it. This time I made an effort and took a few pics at the amusement park. People looked at me funny but no one said anything.