Saturday, August 22, 2015
Window Shopping Day
Yesterday, while shopping for dog food, I checked out the new doll stuff. I was immediately drawn to the new Bratz offerings. I have never owned a Bratz doll, but I love the clothes for some of my smaller Barbies. After seeing the new stuff, I was soooo tempted to buy something. I took pictures, instead.
This two outfit pack was calling my name. You can't really see the details, on the denim skirt, but it is layered, and just adorable. These packs at Walmart are $12.88. Would you believe at my line dance class last night, there was a woman rockin' a similar green frog shirt. Couldn't believe it. That may have been a sign that I need to buy this pack.
The first sets I saw were the Study Abroad sets. This is the Brazil set. There are at least five different sets. They each come with a rolling piece of luggage, two outfits (this set looks like it has three), and lots of great accessories. Walmart retail is $24.88.
This is the very cute Russian set.
This Britain set almost had me reaching in my purse for $25. You know how much I love anything British. Just look at the cute British top on the right hand side. When this goes on sale, it is mine, mine, mine.
This is the China set. Again these clothes would work perfectly for some of my smaller Asian kids.
The Sleepover Party sets are exclusive to Walmart (I think). Same thing...a couple of great pajama outfits and lots of accessories.
The pizza t-shirt is too cute.
The single Bratz doll sets are nice, too. They are entitled "selfies". They retail for $14.88. MGA is bringing it! I was like a little kid walking through this aisle. So much excitement. When I visited my 7 yr old neighbor last week, she proudly brought out her three new Bratz dolls and announced she was getting more soon. I was happy to see the Bratz doll is still appealing to the young girls.
I always look at the 18" My Life dolls. In the past one has been in and out of my basket, but none have made it home with me, yet. If my granddaughter lived closer, I would have bought her at least one by now.
The hairstylist with her apron and her scissors.
This one is new, and she looks very much like my granddaughter. She's a dance instructor.
And this one is just so cute. Love her hair and her glasses.
I survived window shopping!!! I did make a decision to buy one or more of the Project Mc2 dolls. I didn't realize they were made by MGA, the same company that makes Bratz dolls. I want to support this company because when there is good competition out there, companies produce better product.
Have a great weekend!