It seems Disney is dipping back into the 18″ doll craze with a new line of dolls at Target. The dolls are created by JAKKS Pacific and feature five different dolls as well as accessories and “trendy fashions” so kids can “showcase their personal Disney style.”
The target demographic on these dolls is ages 6-10, but as someone who has a slightly older daughter that collects dolls, I think it can definitely age higher than 10.
Each doll has been made to be diverse and feature a princess style. They did not go with the typical “This doll looks like Cinderella so she’s “Cinderella-inspired.” Which is honestly refreshing!
It’s like Disney Bounding with dolls!
The price point is more in line with Our Generation than American Girl, which makes it a much more affordable option for families.
Right now the dolls are available at Target and we have a look at them.
There are also numerous accessory packs and fashions inspired by the five Disney characters listed but also for other Disney characters your child might enjoy like: Tiana, Moana, Anna, Rapunzel, Jasmine and even Stitch! You can find them HERE.
Prices range from $12.99 – $24.99
These are a few images of them, but there are more than what I am showing you here.
Next year JAKKS Pacific plans on introducing more dolls, fashions and accessories to the line based on Ariel, Belle, Tiana and Snow White, will be featured in future waves coming next year.
I love these so much. They’re such a cute idea!
A bit of a warning, they are predicting a toy shortage this year due to supply chain issues, you might want to grab these sooner rather than later. Of course I can’t see the future, and the media could be exaggerating it, but I’ve seen it reported several times. Keep that in mind with your holiday shopping. Better safe than sorry right?
What do you think? Which one is your favorite? Comment and let us know!
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