The first Barbie wore a black and white striped swimsuit and her signature ponytail. – Barbie Media
Barbie had gained existence in the 1950s. It has grown to become a motivational tool and an adorable doll to many.
Initially, “toy buyers were skeptical because Barbie was unlike the baby and toddler dolls that were popular at the time. Barbie took the world by storm. Letting girls imagine their futures like never before from that moment on.”
Year in – year out, Barbie has continued to prove a point that the female gender are without limitations. This is evidential in the series of Barbies produced over the years.
According to Barbie’s website referenced below, Barbie has been able to create and motivate a world filled with empowered ladies for over 60 years. It has also been able to develop great insightful dolls to help brighten the horizon of young children.
The following explains how Barbie has evolve over the years and how it has impacted positively the lives of youngsters.
Barbie bought her first Dreamhouse
“Before women were even allowed to open their own bank accounts, Barbie bought her first Dreamhouse in 1962. Barbie represented women in new ways, becoming a symbol of independence and empowerment. With its mid-century modern décor, hi-fi stereo and slim-line furniture, girls could imagine entertaining friends or relaxing in a stylish living room.”