LittleMissMatched Doll Size Comparison

So after I did my post earlier this week on the LittleMissMatched Girls dolls I just had to go see them for myself. I was absolutely captivated by their little faces. I went to our local Toys R Us store and found the LittleMissMatched section of the doll department, lined up all four dolls and gave them a good look.

TonnerToys LittleMissMatched dolls

After consulting with my research partner – also known as my daughter Natalie – we decided that Uptown Girl was coming home with us.

LittleMissMatched Uptown Girl

Since the LMM Girls are 15.25″ tall, we knew she couldn’t share clothes with any of our other dolls, so we picked up one of the Fashion Packs, too. Just a note about Uptown Girl… her dress coat is difficult to get on and off and should be done by a patient adult or you might just tear it. Her Fashion Pack clothes are easy to get on and off and that teal top looks awesome on!

Now for the research part – how big are the LittleMissMatched Girls dolls compared to other common doll lines. Your answers:

LMM vs BFC Ink

Here is Emma the LittleMissMatched Girl standing next to Addison the Best Friends Club Ink doll. Both dolls are about the same price point (approx. $25-30) but I will say the LMM doll feels like a much higher quality doll and her clothing does too. So far the LMM doll has better hair, too.

LMM vs AG

Emma meets American Girl Nicki for the first time. They may be totally different sizes, can’t share clothes, and Nicki is not jointed like Emma is, but they will be great friends.

LittleMissMatch girls dolls vs American Girl dolls

Both Nicki and Emma have sunny dispositions and the LittleMissMatched Girls will fit nicely into our collection!

And here is Emma dressed in one of the outfits we put together from the Fashion Pack, just hanging out on my desk watching me work.

I do wish I had the Hearts for Hearts Girls dolls to do a side by side comparison with, but that will have to wait until I break down and buy one of them for “research” too! You can find the LittleMissMatched Girls dolls at Toys “R” Us and on the Little Miss Matched website.

 

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Comments

  1. Priya says:

    Cool! :D I think I have a pair of LMM socks, somewhere..

  2. Charleen says:

    cute! i wouldve picked her too!!! :)

  3. Tina says:

    i just got consuelo from h4h and shes SOOOO pretty! i luv her. and i have to say the artsy girl is the one for me!

  4. Tina says:

    in fact consuelo is in my lap right now! say hi consuelo

  5. I so want these dolls! I’ve actually been to the LMM store in Disneyland California it is AWESOME! I bought my friends some socks and for myself some socks and a purse, Plus I got a free plush of my choice for spending over $40.00.

  6. sofia says:

    Tina, i have Najhi although i renamed her Nakita. it’s a nice collection!

  7. Niah says:

    you got a doll this week, and so did I! Not one of the missmatch, but a monster high Ghoulia!

  8. olivia says:

    She looks so cute! Now I really want Artsy! I have a question though Char, Did you name her Emma or did she come with the name? Congrats on the new addition to your doll family!

  9. Char says:

    Olivia – she did not come with a name, we decided she looked like an Emma so we gave her the name.

  10. Allie says:

    I think I will get her next time I go to Toys R Us. I also have Hearts for Hearts Dell so I can take coparison pics :)

  11. Jason says:

    Hi Olivia,
    Jason Reilley here, I’m with Tonner Toys. To expand just a little on Char’s comment. We at Tonner Toys, along with LittleMissMatched decided to only give the girls personality names so that the child could name their doll. We feel this gives them the freedom to create and expand on the personalities and to use their imagination. That’s what LittleMissMatched and Tonner Toys is all about.

  12. olivia says:

    Char- Oh ok. And your right. She does look like an Emma.
    Jason- makes sense. The LMM dolls are just adorable. I am hoping I will be able to get Artsy someday.

  13. Jason says:

    Hi again Olivia,
    Thanks so much. If and when you do get Artsy, please let us know your thoughts. We value your feedback and input.

  14. olivia says:

    Jason- I will. Hopefully someday I’ll be able to get Artsy. She’s just too cute! (along with the other LMM girls) LOL : )

  15. Jennifer says:

    I looked at the dolls and fashion packs online, and I chose the same doll and fashion pack! They look so adorable and fun. I can’t wait to get mine. It is going to be a gift for my niece. (Toys R Us had the best price I could find online.)

  16. Ashley says:

    I don’t know if the Tonner people are keeping an eye on this, but I would like to voice an irritation of mine about how they package the clothing… Piercing holes in the fabric tends to ruin them! Can’t they use double sided tape?
    *ahem*
    Now that I have said that, I work at TRU and unpacked a box of these and thought they were awesome! So I finally caved and got Rocker Girl, who is still trying to come up with a name, and two of the fashion packs. She’s so awesome! ^_^
    And I was excited to find out their clothes fit my Goodreau doll, though I had to snip the elastic in the waist to fit over her hips… Good thing I love sewing! ^_^