Her “dress” was actually made of two parts. The top part was a full leotard/swimsuit type of piece, which was covered by a satiny skirt. The leotard portion had what one might call an ice blue color with a faint pattern and shiny texture that had an ice-like quality, as well.
She also got to wear a coat (for lack of a better term for it) made of an ice blue satin material trimmed with a faux white fur. This was actually a very beautiful outfit that made the doll really stand out among 80s Barbies.
There was a little switch on her back, which when flipped, when allow her arms to move by themselves. If memory serves, when the switch was flipped and her arms were moved downward, they would then move back up (or vice versa, possibly).
Her accessories included a plastic hair dryer and some “head shots” of herself.
Outfit: Original Magic Moves Barbie outfit
These 80s Barbies, shown in their original outfits, were made to resemble what they looked like in the box as much as possible. However, shoes that have been lost may have been substituted.