This is such a sweet outfit, not exactly "sporty" and a bit girly but Ashley still loves it and wears it a lot. My sister had the girl-sized set and it was so cute!
The jacket - both the girl and doll ones are very thick and so SOFT! The jacket is made of lavender-colored material with a pinkish cast, ribbed at the bottom with real pockets. Some of those reflective ribbons run the length of the sleeve and "AG" is embroidered on the left cuff. The jacket really zips up with a plastic and metal zipper, too! Also, you could probably pair this with other outfits. A+
The shirt - this is slightly on the thin side but it pulls it off well. Velcroing up the back as usual, the front as a wreath of flowers surrounding "AG", and chain stitching of different colors around the edges of the shirt. Again, not exactly sporty, but another one of those mix-and-match pieces. A
The pants - the pants are the letdown, thin and too short, and they come down in the back when Ashley's sitting. The velcro up the front and then snap with a round metal snap. The cuffs have flower embroidery and zip up the side. The girl-sized pants were much thicker and lined with fleece, I wish these were too. C.
The shoes - the shoes, to me, look like "doll shoes", although I think they were supposed to represent the sporty slip-on sneakers girls were wearing around that time. These are obviously purple pleather with pink and blue stripes. They have a band of elastic in the back so they'll actually stay on the dolls foot, which is a plus. Still, though, we like the outfit better with the gray sneakers. B
The barrettes - two rectangular metal barrettes complete the set, and I thought they held a fair amount of hair. However, they definitely tarnished badly. Maybe a silver cloth would fix them up, I know that worked with the 1998 cowgirl badge which was also cheap metal. B-