If you missed the debut of the Tonner Toys LittleMissMatched Girls doll line in late August on QVC, you can now find the line of four super bubbly 15.25″ jointed dolls at your local Toys ‘R’ Us store or on the LittleMissMatched website.

Tonner Toys LittleMissMatched dolls

Aren’t their little faces cute?? From left to right we have: Artsy Girl, Sporty Girl, Uptown Girl, and Rock ‘n’ Roll Girl.

So, I have not seen these little gems up close yet – but they are just about cute enough to warrant a stop at my local Toys ‘R’ Us next time I am in the neighborhood. They look like they may be about the size of a Hearts for Hearts Girls doll and have 10 different joints so they are very pose-able like BFC Ink dolls. Depending on where you buy them, they run anywhere from $26-40 which puts them right in the affordable range for a play doll.

The Uptown Girl:

LittleMissMatched Uptown Girl

She’s the girlier one of the group and a born leader. She comes fully dressed in a hounds tooth trench, red bubble dress, 3 mismatched socks, mismatched hounds tooth wellies, headband, bag and a brush

The Sporty Girl:

LittleMissMatched Sporty Girl
She’s smart, she’s cute and she loves sports! She comes fully dressed in a puzzle pattern hoodie, Little MissMatched graphic tee, pink skirt, 3 mismatched socks, sneakers, headband, bag and a brush.

The Rock ’N’ Roll Girl:

LittleMissMatched Rock n Roll Girl
She’s sassy, she’s cool and she totally ROCKS OUT! She comes fully dressed in a sparkly vest, sleeveless cardigan, colorful striped tee, jeans with ripped knee, 3 mismatched socks, high top sneakers, knit hat, sunglasses, bag and a brush.

The Artsy Girl:

LittleMissMatched Artsy Girl
She’s sassy, she’s cute and she’s a marvelous artist! She comes fully dressed in a blazer, large polka dot tee, pink pants, 3 mismatched socks, maryjanes, headband, glasses, bag and a brush.

You can see more great photos and a review of Uptown Girl by Charlie over at the Tonnerdoll Blog or see them in the spotlight at the LittleMissMatched site.

And here is another little update – I got the designer of the LMM Girls dolls, Jason, to smile!! How fun! Read about it on the Tannerdoll blog.

So, who has seen these little cuties up close and personal? What do you think? I am going to have to get one in the name of “research” I think!