Fashion Find: Rocawear Luvs the Kids! - YUMMommy

Fashion Find: Rocawear Luvs the Kids!

With it still being Black History Month, I thought it would be a good idea to mention Jay-Z's Rocawear line has a line of ALL African American  dolls with Mattel.  The doll collection is called So In Style and each doll is wearing a signature Rocawear outfit.  Check them out below and grab a couple for the kids.

Chandra


Grace

Trichelle
Chandra

Darren
Kara

Trichelle

Grace

Kara










14 comments

  1. Thank you for stopping by and entering my giveaway! Make sure to stop by my Nestwork and join! It is a great group of bloggers. These barbies from Mattel are great! Have a good day!

    Mama Hen

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  2. @Mama Hen-Thanks for the reminder!!

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  3. Those dolls are HOTT! I wish I had Grace's and Kara's outfits!

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  4. @Alicia-I know right! They have the cutest outfits. So, thinking about getting one of these for Moo.

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  5. Good looking dolls! I like Grace a lot. Unfortunately I don't think my four year old boy would like them that much, so I don't have a reason to get them!

    Found you through the Midweek Mingle and am your newest follower. Hope to see you at mu blog, Dropped Stitches.

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  6. Those are so cute, I will have to let my cousin know her daughter is mixed and they are looking for African American Barbies to get for her

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  7. @Mommy to a lil ladybug-Well, I'm sure that her daughter will love these.

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  8. Is it wrong that I have a crush on Darren?

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  9. @Jill-LOL. Nope. He is the token male of the group & boyishly handsome!

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  10. Thank you for bringing this to my attention. It is too soon for Lil Mama to play with dolls but I think I will pick up Kara. These are too cute!

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  11. @Mimi-Moo is going thru her be rough on the dolls stage. So, I will have to keep hers in the closet until Christmas I think.

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  12. Wow, I had no idea that this line was out. While I wouldnt purchase any for my daughter, i think its a step in the right direction towards diversifying dolls in the stores. It boils my blood when I go into a store and find 500 white dolls and no african american or spanish dolls.

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  13. @Mommy Glow-I agree that it is a step in the right direction. I think that more urban brands should partner with Mattel to make dolls of more different ethnic races. I would love to be able to find a Native American doll for Moo, but haven't any luck with my search.

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