Vintage Polly Pocket Tour

I recently dug into my old 1990s Polly Pocket stash. They’re back in stores these days, albeit with a very different look, and it was time to sift through my own collection.

I’m definitely missing some of the figures or a building to go with certain figures etc. I matched up what I could however, of both my branded and off brand sets and then subjected some to a photo shoot.

Let me know what you think and if these bring back any nostalgia for you!

The sets:

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The Photos:

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I also bought a new style $5 set from a grocery store on a recent work trip. Not as cool I don’t think, but the tiny dog got me.

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5 Replies to “Vintage Polly Pocket Tour”

  1. This dates back to when my daughter was young. I believe hers has been passed on long ago. Yours is in amazing condition! :)


    1. Thank you so much! I’m sure there are so many Polly Pockets that have regrettably gone missing. I do wonder what happened to my missing dolls – the vacuum? Trash? We will never know. Hopefully they’re living good little lives :P

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  2. I’m impressed you kept so many so nice for so long! I was a big Polly Pocket fan, definitely appreciate this post. Nice. :D


    1. Thank you! I owe a lot of that to my parents who kept a good bit of my toys boxed up in the attic/garage when I was too cool for them in middle and high school. I claimed these back specifically sometime after college when I was moving into a new apartment. I at least knew by then I was back to being fully into tiny things. So glad you enjoyed the post.


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