Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Madame Alexander Fancy Nancy Doll Review!!

M absolutely LOVES dolls. Baby dolls, dress-up dolls, bath-time dolls, rag dolls-you name it, she's got it! So I was excited when given the opportunity to review a Fancy Nancy doll from Madame Alexander. If you know anything about dolls, then you know Madame Alexander makes some of the best. And Fancy Nancy is no exception! I had no idea that these dolls come in such a multitude of styles/collections. There is a Fancy Nancy Tea Party, Aspiring Artist (coming soon), Beauty Day, Boutique-and of course, the one I received: Fancy Nancy Explorer! 
Opening the package to discover Fancy Nancy!!

This is an 18" cloth doll that is totally adorable! Bright red curly hair, ladybug antennae headband, purple shirt, leggings and sheer skirt that is topped off with a safari jacket-they just don't get any cuter than this! The funny thing is this is exactly how M dresses-very girly, but without any sense of matching! And yet it still turns out looking adorable-both for M, and Fancy Nancy :)
 A full-body shot

 I love her hair!

 Ladybug antennae headband and green sunglasses

Pink shoes, green ribbon and orange bows!
M will fall in love with Fancy Nancy as soon as she lays eyes on her (Shhh! Her birthday is in just a couple weeks, and guess who will be wrapped and waiting?!). I am very impressed with the quality and detail of this doll. This is not just your average cloth doll, but a very sweet doll that your little girl will be sure to enjoy for a long time! Madame Alexander has created yet another doll that will bring pleasure and enjoyment to girls everywhere!

"In 1923, Madame Beatrice Alexander Behrman founded the Alexander Doll Company and began to fulfill her dream of creating beautifully handcrafted play dolls for children. Madame's vision was founded on her unwavering belief that dolls should engage the imagination and contribute to a child's happiness and understanding of the world. Over the decades, great works of literature, the arts, and the different cultures of the world became the inspiration for many of her creations. More than 85 years later, the company she founded upholds this dream by creating award-winning dolls that continue to delight generations of children and collectors all over the world."

Disclaimer: I was not monetarily compensated in any way for this post. I did receive product for the purpose of review. All thoughts and opinions are mine. All quotes taken from the Madame Alexander website.

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