IRVINE, Calif. - Barbie fans listen up! If you love all things Barbie you don't want to miss this.
The hot-pink Barbie pop-up truck is heading to the Irvine Spectrum Center for just one day this Saturday, Nov.16 to bring exclusive retro-inspired merchandise and treats in celebration of Barbie’s 60th anniversary.
From the team of the hugely popular Hello Kitty Cafe Truck the Barbie Truck Totally Throwback Tour kicked off at The Grove in Los Angeles on Nov. 2 and will continue to travel for the next three years to different cities throughout the U.S.
Barbie lovers can look forward to exclusive 90s-themed fashion apparel and accessories made just for grown-up fans.
This includes iridescent totes and fanny packs, cassette wallets, necklaces, enamel pin sets and even an assortment of hand-decorated sugar cookies, all decked out in true 90s Barbie-style.
The O.C. visit will include a limited number of upcycled vintage denim jackets for purchase, while supplies last.
An airbrush artist will also be on hand to custom airbrush designs ($25) on any purchase of a denim jacket.
There will also be a Barbie Nail Bar providing complimentary manicures with each purchase of the NCLA nail polish set.
The pop-up truck will be at the Irvine Spectrum Center from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Following its stop in Orange County, the Barbie Truck Totally Throwback Tour continues its tour of Southern California for the holiday season.
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