I think it is so funny how kids fall in love with certain things. For Adeline, that thing is Hello Kitty. (Anyone else live with a Hello Kitty fan?) Adeline adores ANYTHING Hello Kitty, so when I had the opportunity participate in a campaign with KuKee and their cute Hello Kitty Let’s Play line at Macy’s, I jumped at the chance.
Macy’s has paired up with Evy of California, the designer of Hello Kitty, to create the interactive Let’s Play Dress Up Clothing Line. If you have a little girl in your life, this line is the perfect Christmas gift.
I bought two pieces from the collection for Adeline – a darling hot pink vest and the sweetest dress. Though she is just two, my little fashionista definitely has opinions about clothes. But sparkles, jewels and Hello Kitty was more than enough for Adeline to be pretty thrilled by her new clothes.
She kept saying she was Princess Hello Kitty. She loved that you could “dress up” the kitty on the dress with a velcro princess dress that came with the outfit. Of course, I could hardly get her to stand still for 2 seconds while I tried to take a picture of it. 🙂
The line is a bit pricey for what I like to pay for kids clothes (many pieces are in the $20-$30 range), but if you are going to be shopping this holiday weekend, they will be on sale for Black Friday/Cyber Monday! I found that the pieces ran a bit small, so bought a size up for Adeline. You can see more of this cute Hello Kitty line on this Pinterest board.
For the Let’s Dress Up line, you can dress Hello Kitty, then take a selfie and decorate the Hello Kitty frame. Elias and Adeline thought it was hilarious and kept wanting to take pictures of themselves.
The only down-side of the app is that you have to rescan the tag every time – it doesn’t remember it.
You don’t have to buy the clothes to enjoy the Kukee app. You can also look for KuKee markers on KuKee’s Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, and Instagram. The image below for the Kukee Scavanger Hunt shows you how to find other graphics. 🙂
Has Hello Kitty mania hit your home? Is your daughter a little fashionista?