Wednesday, August 12, 2015

Mood Changers Poppy Parker Gift Set

Mood Changers was the first Poppy Parker W Club exclusive doll for 2015.  I just got the set yesterday, and I was blown away by it!  It's a gift set of one doll with two extra heads, and three '60s-style outfits.  I'm so glad I was able to get it.  I actually totally missed out on all of the main-line Poppy Parkers this year, because the dealer I usually buy them from went out of business, and the few that I wanted this year all sold out before I could get them.  Just as well, I suppose.  It meant more money I could allot to other dolls and assorted awesomeness. 

Anyway, I had to get two extra bodies so I could have all the heads together, because there was no way those extra two gorgeous heads were going to stay in a box.  I think my favorite is the raven. 

Although the dolls themselves are fantastic, the clothes are ... not to my taste.  I usually love Integrity Toys' doll clothes, but these styles just don't suit me.  They're very '60s, at least, just not the types of '60s styles I would have worn or liked if I'd been a young woman back then.  I have to say, I think that pink dress is downright ugly.  If I saw it in human size on a supermodel, I'd still say it was ugly.  Sorry!  I can't be positive all the time.  In its defense, though, the designer was going for a very specific 1960s look, and succeeded quite wonderfully.  My thoughts on the dress are more a statement about my distaste for that type of mod minidress, not the talent of the doll's designer.  I think he's enormously talented.

But besides that, this is a set of really awesome girls!  They each have their own personality, which I love.  Integrity Toys is absolutely one of the industry leaders in facial expression. What's amazing to me is that all three have the same face sculpt, yet have such differing and lively personalities. 

The set came with two sets of earrings, two pairs of shoes, three bracelets, two pairs of pantyhose and a silver clutch purse that pretty much went with everything.

 I love that one has lavender hair.  It was very fun and unexpected.

I hope you enjoy my pictures.  Please click on the pictures to make them bigger. 


  1. I like the redhead the best. Seems like the neckline is a bit big on the pink dress, and the whole fit around the neck and arms is a bit lose on the green outfit.

  2. I got mine yesterday and they are gorgeous! Your pictures are wonderful.

  3. Hi! Thanks for your review and pictures, it's so helpful to get an insight into these dolls when you don't have the chance to see them before you buy! I have managed to buy the redhead on the secondary market and am already imaginining her redressed as Joan Holloway from Mad Men and, weirdly, as a 1950's ballet mistress. She just screams 1950's New Look to me even tho she is supposed to be sixties. I'll be channelling "Funny Face" too in her redressing possibilities. A bit worried about the quick switch feature... I read reviews that dolls had wobbly heads (but in relation to a first release of this feature). Has anyone had issues with this? Anyhow mine won't be swapping her head with anybody 😀😀😀

    1. These three didn't have wobbly heads. I think the first Quick-Switch dolls that were ever produced did have wobbly, loose heads, but the Mood Changers girls don't. (Mine don't, in any case.) Maybe Integrity was able to fix the issue.

  4. Simply fabulous! I agree with you on the pink dress.