The Beatrix Girls Lark Review ()

What It Is

Lark is a 12-inch tall music-driven fashion doll and part of the new Beatrix Girls pop star doll line from the Popstar Club. Lark is the bass player of The Beatrix Girls doll pop group and is perhaps considered the most edgy member of the group. Lark opts for ripped leggings, heeled combat boots, tons of black, and equally edgy dark embellishments to complement her fiery red hair, freckled face, and green eyes. For her on stage ensemble, Lark features ripped leggings with hints of hot pink trim, a black mini dress with a puffy netted overlay, and a chain-linked belt.

Is It Fun?

What differentiates the storyline associated with Lark and the other 12-inch tall Beatrix Girls dolls is that they are collectible popstars driven by completely original music, which girls can also collect. We think this is a unique doll line that will appeal to fans of pop music, looking for additional ways to engage with The Beatrix Girls' music and personas.

Who It’s For

The Beatrix Girls' Lark is for ages 6 and up.

What To Be Aware Of

Lark also comes with a code to become a Trixie (a Beatrix fan club member) online and gain access to free music and video downloads and more.

Additional Beatrix Girl characters include Ainsley, Brayden, and Chantal. Each is sold separately.

  • Fun

  • Repeat Play

  • Assembly & Instructions

    None or Very Easy