What's the Difference between the Two 40cm Miniland Dolls?
Categories: General26 Apr 2019
I'm so excited to have added another doll category to my website and because it's really important to me that you choose the right size doll clothes when ordering from my website, I felt it would be beneficial to clarify why I have two 40cm Miniland doll categories.
As you can see from the photo on the right, these two dolls look similar in the face and length but they have totally different body shapes and are constructed from different materials.
The the Miniland doll on the left is a full vinyl doll while the other one has a cloth body with 3/4 vinyl arms and legs. If you check out my Standard Doll Sizes page, you will also find that they have VERY different waist measurements which means they will not be able to wear all the same doll clothes. And a visit to my Doll Shoe Sizes page will show you that they also have different size feed and sharing shoes may not be possible.
For this reason I have set up two different categories. The 40cm Miniland Girl Doll category will feature doll clothes and shoes suitable for the full vinyl doll and the 40cm Miniland Cloth Body Girl Doll category will feature doll clothes and shoes suitable for the cloth bodied doll.
Whether you prefer a soft cuddly doll or a vinyl doll that can be posed, you will find a great selection of girl and boy doll clothes, shoes and accessories under both categories.
If you're looking for doll clothes for the 40cm Miniland boy dolls you will find I have also set up two separate categories for them too. The 40cm Miniland Boy Doll category has all the doll clothes and shoes suitable for the full vinyl doll and the 40cm Miniland Cloth Body Boy Doll category displays all the doll clothes and shoes suitable for the 40cm cloth bodied doll.
Now that you know the difference between the two 40cm Miniland dolls, you can go shopping in the correct category and be confident that you are selecting the right size clothes for your doll.
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