What's not to love about Barbie? From her gorgeous hair to her perfect makeup to her super stylish wardrobe, we just can't get enough of the beloved doll! And with the Barbie movie trailer garnering over 42 million views as of this writing, it seems everyone else is just as obsessed. Well, prepare to have even more to obsess over, now that the Barbie the Movie dolls have officially arrived from Barbie Land into the Real World.
For the Barbie devotee, the Barbie the Movie Amazon store might just be the most fun place to shop on the internet right now. It's packed with over 50 items, from T-shirts to a MEGA Barbie DreamHouse building set to FUNBOY & Barbie pool floats and a Hot Wheels remote-controlled Barbie Corvette. Of course, the Corvette can't just drive itself — we need a Barbie doll! And thankfully, Mattel has delivered.
At the Barbie the Movie Amazon store, you'll find six dolls representing the characters in Greta Gerwig's much-anticipated adaptation. There are two Barbie dolls, two Ken dolls, a President Barbie doll, and a Gloria doll (there's also another Ken doll representing Simu Liu's character, but it's not sold on Amazon). Honestly, we want them all. But if you're only getting one, you'll probably want to go for the new classic Barbie doll, based on Margot Robbie's portrayal, in her pink-and-white gingham dress with a bow in her hair, decked out in jewelry and her trademark high heels to complete the look. The pink-dressed Barbie and the Ken doll in his green-and-pink pastel beach set are both under $25 on Amazon.
While these Barbie and Ken dolls are already iconic, they're also the cheapest of the bunch. The Barbie sporting a pretty pastel plaid outfit and hat is just under $50, while the denim-clad Ken, the regal and sparkly President Barbie, and the business-but-make-it-Barbie Gloria dolls are all $50 on Amazon. At a slightly higher price point, these would make for super cute gifts for the Barbie fan in your life. Now for the hard part: trying not to buy them all for ourselves.
Micki Wagner is a commerce editor for Hearst’s Enthusiast Group, where she is constantly on the lookout for exciting new products, great sales and deals, and fun gifts. Her work can also be found on Saveur and Worth. When she’s not writing about the latest and greatest products, you can find her checking out new restaurants, spending way too much time shopping online, and binging Parks and Recreation…yet again.