Dolls Kill’s Care Bears collection is out now

These cute and cozy pieces of clothing will take you back to your childhood

Fashion brand Dolls Kill has teamed up with Cloudco Entertainment for a cute collection of clothing and accessories inspired by the iconic 1980s animated series Care Bears.

Launched on Thursday, the collection captures the coziness of the Care Bears brand through the items’ soft pastel colors, light and airy materials, and adorable print designs featuring the beloved Care Bears characters. Interestingly, despite Care Bears’ wholesome image, most of the items in the collection give off a certain level of sexiness, which makes them extra pleasing to the eyes.

The collection carries a wide variety of tops, including tank tops, mesh tops, thermal tops, crop tees, baby tees, and graphic tees, among many others. The cheapest top in the lineup costs $22 while the most expensive has a price tag of $28.

CUDDLE PUDDLE THERMAL TOP
YOUR SHARING IS CARING MESH TOP

 

IN DENIAL TIED TANK TOP

The collection also includes pinafore dresses, velour dresses, and mini dresses, which sell from $30-$48 each. There are also mesh and wrap skirts ($28), colorblock shorts ($50), flare pants ($58), pajama sets ($45), and brief undies ($18). All pieces of clothing in the collection are available in straight adult sizes as well as plus-sizes up to 3X.

BABY ALWAYS CARE-A-LOT PINAFORE DRESS
SHARING IS CARING FLARE PANTS

 

GRUMPY NOT MAD PAJAMA SET

On the accessories front, the selection offers hair clip sets ($15), earring sets ($18), scrunchie sets ($18), mini backpack sets ($38), and charm necklaces ($15).

CLEARLY A DREAMER MINI BACKPACK SET
CUTENESS RULES CHARM NECKLACE

Completing the lineup are two pairs of footwear: platform shoes ($82) and cowboy boots ($105).

RAINBOW ROUNDUP COWBOY BOOTS

 

BALL OF FLUFF PLATFORM SHOES

The entire collection, which you can shop here, is only available for a limited time, so order now before they’re gone.

Source: Elite Daily

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