Exciting news for Bratzies everywhere. As if the return of Bratz dolls last month after their year-long hiatus wasn’t enough, now you can create your own Bratz doll. Create-a-Bratz is available only on target.com. For $49.99 you buy a bundle in which you pick out a doll, a top, a bottom, a dress, a jacket, and shoes. There are several different dolls to choose from with a variety of skin tones, hair colors, and eye colors. The one con is that they all have one hairstyle only: long and straight. But then, don’t all Bratz have long and straight hair?! It’s not quite as customized as making your own Makie doll but it’s still fun to decide what outfits you want your Bratz to have. The doll arrives in a special Create-a-Bratz box. (All images are from Target.com).
For my Create-a-Bratz, I chose a doll with red hair and blue eyes.
I chose the white shorty overalls for the bottoms.
I also picked the yellow gingham dress…
…and the purple sneakers.
All of the items in the Create-a-Bratz bundle are also available separately. I added an extra pair of jeans to my order so that my Bratz doll could wear them with the army jacket, which wouldn’t go well with the shorty overalls. The doll costs $21.99 and the clothes are between $6 and $7 each. Given that the new Bratz dolls like Selfie Snaps and Hello My Name Is cost $16.99, the Create-a-Bratz dolls might seem a bit pricey, but the Create-a-Bratz dolls have a greater variety of dolls than the standard Bratz lines. Because none of the chore lineup of Bratz characters have red hair, the only way for me to have a redheaded Bratz doll is to get the CAB doll. And as expensive as $49.99 seems, the original price is $54.99. Target has knocked $5 off the original price. Plus for a limited time Target is offering free shipping for your Create-a-Bratz order.
I’ll do a full review once my Create-a-Bratz doll arrives. I think I’ll call her Roxie.
What do you think about the opportunity to create your own Bratz? Would you get one? Let us know your thoughts.