I always loved playing with dolls as a little girl. I played up until I turned twelve, yup I would even beg my younger sister to let me play with her sometimes. Most twelve year old girls nowadays are too grown up to play with dolls. I always looked forward to playing dolls with my daughter one day and when I heard Vi and Va's new fashion dolls launch I knew they would be perfect for Sarah... and me too.
Vi and Va is a recently launched fashion doll line inspired by Latino cultures. Vi and Va (pronounced like Viva!) are two teenage sisters: Viviana (Vi) and Valentina (Va). For these girls, every day is an adventure and a reason to celebrate the bonds of family and friendship. Vi and Va, along with their best friends, cousins Felicia and Roxxi, were created to help girls honor and embrace their heritage. The themes and storytelling within the line focuses on both family and culture. The 4 main characters are not just friends, they are also family!
Sarah received all four Vi and Va dolls. Two of them are sisters and the other two are their cousins. What I like about these dolls is that they're not just about fashion. They each have a hobby/personal interest and include accessories to match. For example the Felicia doll loves to paint so she has her own set of paints and a little box for art supplies. This gives each doll a personality and gives your child a boost in their imagination as they play. I also love that these dolls are not skinny, they're curvy ;)
Sarah loves that she has dolls that look like her to play with. The Valentina doll is her favorite, she says it looks just like her.
We love Vi and Va's new line! The full assortment of "Vi and Va" fashion dolls is available at Target stores and on Target.com. One of my lucky readers will get a chance to win one of Vi and Va's new products: The Vi and Va styling head.
Just enter via Rafflecopter below for a chance to win this for your daughter, niece, neighbor or maybe even yourself. I won't judge ;) Giveaway ends this Friday May 1st, winner will be notified by email.
This is sponsored post in collaboration with Vi and Va Dolls and Latina Bloggers Connect. However, all opinions expressed are my own.