Lalaloopsy Style ‘N’ Swap Review

Disclosure: We were sent the featured products for the purpose of this post however all opinions are my own.

Like most little girls, LP loves dolls and she also loves collectibles. Anything that she can collect, use together and carry around with her. When the new Lalaloopsy Style ‘N’ Swap arrived for her to do a new review she was so excited – she could immediately see the cute little Lalaloopsy doll, little outfits and hair styles ready to be played with. It’s an adorable product.

Review: Lalaloopsy Style ‘N’ Swap

The brand new Style ‘N’ Swap range comes in four different version and includes a Mini Lalaloopsy who you can create new and exciting looks for over and over again. Each pack contains lots of accessories to create sixteen ways to mix and match your Lalaloopsy’s style.

Review: Lalaloopsy Style ‘N’ Swap

The four different sets are Crumbs Sugar Cookie, Mittens Fluff ‘N’ Stuff, Peanut Big Top and Spot Splatter Splash – the one that LP was sent. This Mini Lalaloopsy was getting ready for bed when inspiration hit and she just had to start painting – leaving her hair and pyjamas covered in paint!

Review: Lalaloopsy Style ‘N’ Swap

There is so much that LP loves about her Mini Lalaloopsy. She affectionately calls her Lucy as she thinks that it’s ‘Lalalucy’ and carries her around everywhere with her. She changes her outfits throughout the day and puts her into her paint covered pyjamas at bedtime before taking Lucy off to bed with her.

Review: Lalaloopsy Style ‘N’ Swap

LP has now asked for other Mini Lalaloopsy toys to keep Lucy company and it’s great that she can collect them all and then interchange their outfits and accessories. I’m sure over time LP will have quite an impressive Lalaloopsy collection!

The Lalaloopsy range would be great for any fans of the Lalaloopsy show and the toys are a great representation of the Lalaloopsy show characters.

The Lalaloopsy Style ‘N’ Swap has an RRP of £9.99

Review: Lalaloopsy Style ‘N’ Swap

Disclosure: We were sent the featured products for the purpose of this post however all opinions are my own.



  1. April 28, 2016 / 8:23 am

    These are sweet, I bet they’re great for fine motor skills. I think something like this would be good for Libby because she struggles with fine motor skills due to her depth perception issues.

  2. April 28, 2016 / 3:01 pm

    These look so cute, I would have loved this when I was younger.

  3. April 28, 2016 / 4:41 pm

    Ahh! These are so cute….
    My girl has a couple of the larger Lalaloopsy dolls and loves them. I can imagine it won’t be long before she starts asking for these too 😀 x

  4. May 10, 2016 / 10:16 am

    Chloe loves these too – I was surprised at how fiddly they were though! She found them quite tricky to dress but Ben was much more able to deal with them.

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