The Moxie Teenz dolls know who they are and they’ve got a style that shows it. With an eye for fashion, beauty and the latest trends, the Moxie Teenz know that exercise, eating right, getting enough water and sleep, and using good skin care products are important to anyone's style.
Recently the Mattel Stardoll outfits were marked down at Toys R Us and other stores. Closely related to the Barbie doll, it may come as no surprise that the clothes fit the pink plastic princess, but it was a nice surprise to discover the shoes fit the Moxie Teenz dolls that can be hard to find footwear for.
In 1996, Mattel came out with a line of college cheerleader Barbie dolls with uniforms that matched their real-life counterparts. Six years later, Best Pals, Inc. issues their own line of somewhat smaller cheerleader dolls wearing licensed "Real Authentic Gear" from seven U.S. universities including Tennessee's own UT Vols cheerleader.
The Madeline dolls are based upon a 1938 children's book written by Ludwig Bemelmans about a little girl who attends a Catholic boarding school in Paris, France. In 1996, the Eden Toys company was granted the rights to create Madeline dolls based upon the books.
Nashville schools started back in session on Aug. 1 and high schools and colleges across the country are gearing up for the school year. The Moxie Teenz dolls are enjoying the opportunity to hang out with their friends wearing the latest trendy fashions.
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