Fashion Name Let's Rock This Town
Stock # (US) #4235/4045 Asst
Hasbro package contents listing Includes: Reversible striped dress, sash, tights, blouse, straw hat with ribbon, sandals and sunglasses.
  • 1 of 8 Flip Side Fashions, released in 1986
  • 1 of 10 Flip Side Fashions, released in 1987
  • The name of this fashion is a not Jem song title.
  • One of very few Flip Side fashions that were actually reversible.
More Skip here to see more about packaging variations from different countries, promotional boxes, H numbers, etc.
Skip here for a listing of other depictions of Let's Rock This Town (cartoon, prototypes, catalogues, etc).

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Reversible striped dress: blue and white striped tank dress, reversible.

  • This is the Jerrica side.

Reversible striped dress: Yellow with an embossed shiny rainbow pattern, reversible.
  • The rainbow embossed pattern is also used on the Love's Not Easy dress.
  • This is the Jem side.

sash: Hot pink spandex, with silver rhinestones, velcros together.
tights: Dark pink matte stretch tights, elasticized waist. 
blouse: turtleneck with rolled up sleeves.  It's made of a weirdly textured polyester.  Velcros in back.
straw hat with ribbon: has a plain white elastic attached to the underside to keep it in place.

sandals: Yellow open toed heeled sandals.  Both of my fashions came with the non L/R designated shoes and "attached" straps.
  • This style of shoe is very similar to those of a few other fashions.  See a photo of them together, and/or check the shoe guide for more information.
  • It is very likely there is a "smooth straps/L-R designated" sandals variation for this fashion too.

sunglasses; Yellow, small style.
  • They aren't as greenish yellow as those from Up N' Rockin' are.  See a photo of the two together.
  • I've heard of at least one outfit that came with pale pink sunglasses instead of yellow.

Packaging Variants: A listing of the packaging that Let's Rock This Town can be found in, that I know of, so far!
*I don't own all of these fashions NRFB so I can't say which, if any posters and inserts originally came with it.  Bold listings are those I have used to create this ID page.  Anything in Italics I haven't actually seen but have good reason to believe exists.  If you have any photos or information/corrections to share, I'd love to hear about it!
Canadian issue Flip Side Fashions, 1986 (illustrated box).
Canadian issue Flip Side Fashions, 1987 (photo box)

European 6 language Flip Side Fashions, 1986 (illustrated box)
© 1986 MB España S.A.
© 1986 Milton Bradley GmbH
© 1986 MB Italy S.r.l.
© 1986 MB Hasbro een divisie van MB International
BV - Utrecht/Brussel
© 1986 Hasbro, Inc., Hasbro Industries (UK) Ltd.
© 1986 Hasbro S.A.
/under Berne & Universal Copyright Convention.
Fabriqué en Chine. Made in Hong China. H-44
US issue Flip Side Fashions, 1986 (illustrated box) © 1985 Hasbro, Inc./Pawtucket, RI 02862/All Rights Reserved./Made in China H22  
  • Box liner: Hot pink

US issue Flip Side Fashions, 1987 (photo box) © 1986 Hasbro Inc./Pawtucket, RI 02862/All Rights Reserved./Made in China. H-44  
  • Box liner Dark orangey-pink.
  • MTV offer
  • Folded Jem poster Glitter 'n Gold Illustrated poster, First year Jem catalogue poster on reverse
  • It is probable that the 3 1986 fashions each came in both H22 and H44 marked boxes.  
  • To read more about the differences in the fashion packaging, please go to Jem Fashion Box Variants.

Other images of Let's Rock This Town (generally unproduced/prototypes/promotional figures) Differences from produced fashion (if any)
1987 Hasbro Box Photo #1, same photo is used on the backs of the 1987 Flip Side Fashion boxes and the 1987 Jem catalogue poster.  In the 1987 France & UK Toy Fair Catalogue & 1987 US Hasbro Toy Fair Catalogue it's the same photo but Jem & Jerrica have been manipulated to be standing reversed. Let's Rock This Town in the 1986 US Hasbro Toy Fair Catalogue: The Jem side of the dress is very different- it's yellow with glitter-glue dots on it.  The Jerrica side has thinner blue stripes, the tights, belt and ribbon are a lot darker than the produced fashion's. The sunglasses are opaque, and the shoes are straight-edged yellow pumps.
1987 Hasbro Box Photo #2, from Let's Rock This Town box front - appears to be the same outfit as Photo #1, in different poses. Let's Rock This Town in the 1986 German Leaflet (same photo appears in the 1986 Belgium catalogue): Jem's dress is yellow with glitter-glue dots on it, Jerrica's dress has thinner blue stripes, the tights are very sheer and slightly blue, the hat is white, the belt and ribbon are much darker (nearly magenta) and the shoes are straight edged hot pink pumps.
Store Catalogues
Hasbro Box art (photographs) The Second Year package photograph of Let's Rock This Town, (the same photo is used for the 1987 US Hasbro Toy Fair Catalogue, the 1987 France/UK Toy Fair Catalogue, the Second Year Jem Catalogue Poster) has slightly darker pinks in it, but otherwise looks like the produced version.
Prototypes (from Hasbro employees, etc)
Other Print advertisements
Illustrations: Hasbro Box art The drawing of Let's Rock This Town on the 1986 Flip Side Fashions box art is nearly spot on.  Good job!
Illustrations; Hasbro Promotional art
Illustrations: Cartoon  It did appear on the cartoon.
Illustrations: UK Comics
Illustrations: Colouring & Activity Books
Illustration: Fashion Flash boardgame piece

Credits: Thanks to Damian for the information about the pink sunglasses. Thanks to Matt for the NRFB 1987 fashion photo.