Luxury doll with great hair: I’m a Girly #ad

Playing dress up with dolls is a classic kids’ fun. Now it just got even more fun, with the launch of the high-end Swiss Fashion-Doll I’m a Girly, which just landed in Harrods and Hamleys. (BritMums has been working with I’m a Girly in a paid relationship. This is a sponsored post.)

 

I'm a Girly dolls ready for styling - BritMums

I’m a Girly dolls ready for styling

 

I'm a Girly wardrobe - BritMums

Outfits and accessories for all types of style

BritMums attended a Styling Event with several BritMums Influencers and their children to see what I’m a Girly was all about. In short we were blown away. These dolls are fun to dress up and have some of the coolest clothing around (new items are developed through the company’s KIDS4KIDS approach: Products are designed by girls and boys aged 9 to 13). They have hair in a variety of colours and textures that’s easy to style and fun to put into plaits, gather into bunches or leave long and natural. The hair is replaceable so you can switch it out and even cut it!

At the event we saw the kids’ creativity run wild as they put together outfits and accessories that created entire personalities for their dolls. Children can choose from a wide range of dolls with varying skin tones and realistic proportions and then design chic looks according to their personal style. 

 

I'm a Girly doll in fluffy coat

I’m a Girly doll in cool street style

 

I'm a Girly doll with ombre hair

Hair ranges from brown, black and blonde to ombre and pink!

 

I'm a Girly doll with pink hair - BritMums

Plaiting pink hair at the event

 

Popular YouTuber Tiana from Toys and Me was there as well with her dad — she created a new style for one doll by cuttings its extra-long hair before signing autographs. 

What struck us was how the children at the event loved experimenting with their dolls — trying different looks, different hairstyles. This is a doll that feel thoroughly modern, from the skin tones and hair type to range of clothing to the panel of children who help develop the clothes and accessories. 

Tiana from Toys and Me with I'm a Girly doll - BritMums

Tiana from Toys and Me on YouTube cuts hair at the event

 

Blogger at I'm a Girly Event - BritMums

Eliana from The Family Treasures and her daughter get ready to style

 

Blogger at I'm a Girly Event with daughter - BritMums

Dawn from the Dear Mummy blog and her daughter show off their doll styles. Check out their post

 

Do you think your child would enjoy dressing up an I’m a Girly and styling their hair?

 

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About Jennifer Howze

Jennifer Howze is the Creative Director and co-founder of BritMums. She blogs about family travel at Jenography.net, tweets at @JHowze and Instagrams at @JHowze. Previously, she wrote the Alpha Mummy blog at The Times and as a journalist has contributed to The Times, The Guardian, The Independent, The Wall Street Journal, Travel & Leisure, Budget Travel, CNN.com, Allure, SELF and Premiere, among others. She won The Maggie Award from the Planned Parenthood Federation of America for a health article in Seventeen magazine.

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