Polly Pocket is coming back and see all the pics so far

Alexandra Hourigan 12 February 2018 NEWS

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The iconic 90s toy is back and better than ever in the best glow up we've ever seen.

At some point in time every 90s kid came in touch with our little best friend, Polly Pocket. The toy launched in 1989 and took off with kids all wanting to play with the miniature doll. Now the iconic kids toy is back and better than ever with a new look to set children's hearts alight all over again.

Polly Pocket is still sticking to her pocket size of course and features lots of different containers, aka settings for you and your Polly to go to. When purchasing your Polly Pocket she can come with a container that works as her house, or setting. The new upgrade features a two-story house setting, a tropical beach setting, a disco club setting and some others to totally get around.


The dolls are also rocking some new looks with the blonde Polly Pocket sporting some super trendy purple highlights, a cute lil' redhead and a punk chic with purple spiked hair. She even has a limousine and a motorbike now. Polly is living her best life.

The Polly Pocket line was discontinued way back in 1998 when Bluebird Toys was taken over by Mattel. It gave the dolls a larger look with bigger compacts but again were later discontinued. Thankfully, the small toys are getting another chance and with the new look, we definitely think some young ones are going to be falling in love.

Where and when you can buy them?

Most details are still hush hush about where you can buy them. However, they're set to launch internationally this winter in Australia. We'll probably be able to see the toys in large retailers like Myer and David Jones who both stock a wide range of children's toys, so keep your eyes peeled.

Keep scrolling to see all the pictures from the upcoming polly pockets.

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