Toy Fair 2015- Adora

I’m a fan of Adora dolls, though I can’t say I own any. There’s a vendor at our local doll show that always brings beautiful Adora dolls, however, he’s not the most personable seller. It was nice being able to see Adora dolls in a different environment!  Here’s some of the highlights from the booth.

Toy Fair 2015- Adora

My personal favorites from Adora are the large 20″ baby dolls, the ToddlerTime Babies.  They have such expressive faces and substantial bodies.  I think they’re so pretty. The ginger/redheads, Froggy Fun Girl and Boy, seen above, were my absolute favorite Adora dolls at Toy Fair.

Toy Fair 2015- Adora

Toy Fair 2015- Adora

The boy in blue below, Woof, was such a cutie!

Toy Fair 2015- Adora

Toy Fair 2015- Adora

My second favorite thing seen at the Adora booth was one of their new products, Mixxie Mopsie.

Toy Fair 2015- Adora

You can actually detach Mixxie’s arms and legs and reattach new ones.  What I love about these is their play value.  Baby dolls are nice, but they can be hard for kids to hug as they sleep.  These plush dolls look soft and huggable!

Toy Fair 2015- Adora

Adora BabyTime Babies have some of the cutest baby faces I’ve ever seen. I love the almond eyes and open mouths.

Toy Fair 2015- Adora

Also on display were some 18″ dolls called Adora Friends.  Now, I personally prefer other 18″ doll brands.  However, there were some mighty cute outfits on display.  The two outfits below (the panda and western themed outfits) were designed by children and were entries in a contest Adora runs each year called By Kids, For Kids.

Toy Fair 2015- Adora

Toy Fair 2015- Adora

For more pictures, visit my flickr album.  You can find Adora online, on facebook and on twitter.

What do you think of Adora? Do you have any favorites? Share your thoughts below!


March 11, 2015. Tags: . Uncategorized.

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