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  1. Erin says:

    Not that super skinny models show me what something would look like on me, but at least they are human. The dolls aren’t shaped like humans and the clothes look like… well… doll clothes. I’m not sure I’m too keen on this.

  2. Dusty says:

    As long as Target starts selling Blythe too, for a reasonable price, I’m good with it. Otherwise… I call ‘false advertising’.

  3. PaperDollyGirl says:

    I’m a big Blythe fan, and I think it’s super cute and kitschy. Just shows again how in tune with pop culture Target is. Of course, the less people know about how awesome Blythe is, the less competition us Blythe fans have on ebay buying our dolls, so perhaps this is a mixed blessing. ;)

  4. Natalie Zee Drieu says:

    Actually, it not false advertising. Even though we embrace Blythe in the craft world and that you can buy/make clothes for her, she’s actually well known as a “model” and has worn designer fashions. Here’s a link to the book Blythe Style, which mentions the doll has been in ad campaigns before for Nordstroms.
    http://is.gd/jJqo