Pretend to Bee launches range of dolls costumes

Published on: 6th February 2017

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pretend2beePretend to Bee is looking ahead to a busy 2017 with a new arm to the business, Pretend to Bee Me – a collection of dolls costumes.

Showcasing at Spring Fair, the new range reflects all the quality and attention to detail that each children’s costume has, but in miniature. The collection features several initial designs including role-play and will be added to throughout the year.

Harrison Palmer, sales director at Pretend to Bee, commented: “We are extremely excited about the launch of our Pretend to Bee Me collection and it comes as a result of listening to customers. Lots of children want to dress up their dolls and so this new range will allow them to explore the role-playing possibilities of our costumes even further”.


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