Paper dolls are just so 20th century. Kids today are practically born with an iPhone in hand, and the paper tabs and cardboard models have been replaced with digital dollies with pixel perfect wardrobes. Here are some of the options for dress up fashion games where we suss out who has the prettiest dolls and most expansive fashion collections.
Covet fashion app is a wonderful game. You can customize models’ outfit and compete in fashion competitions. Besides dress up, hair styles and accessories can also be chosen.
This is a truly fantastic game, a lot of fun to design own fashion with a disadvantage of being a bit expensive with many in app purchases. You can create clothing for fashionable clients and express your creativity.
The initial shock of the armless model is a bit offputting. Much like Bratz dolls, some of her appendages are built right into the clothes. The interface here is a bit odd, dumping all your clothes into a pile rather than an organized scrolling rack. The options here are limited, with no jewelry selection ( girl needs to learn how to accessorize), but the few outfits available are perfectly Japan-style charming.
This is a dress up game with a twist: you should dress up your super hero- who told you a superhero cannot be a fashionista at the same time? A nice game, although gets boring after a while.
You would think between Ariel, Belle, Cinderella and Jasmine that young girls would be all princessed out from the whole Disney royal empire. But between the ages of 2 and 10 anything pink and wearing a tiara is pretty appealing. This princess game will definitely appeal to the Disney princess demographic and is simple enough for a kid to use but with enough variety to entertain an adult. As any princess should, these girls have a wide collection of masks, gloves and jewels and their dress collection spans from classic princessy fare to something contemporary enough you might see it on a red carpet.
I mentioned earlier how I hate dress up games that clutter the dress up experience with convoluted games and storylines, but this app strikes the ideal balance. This is a great game for budding fashionistas to begin learning some basic styles, such as Bollywood. The game gives reason to its rhyme explaining why strappy shoes or slit skirts don’t fit with the conservative style. The graphics are great and this game actually gives a real fashion challenge.