This outfit hits every point: well-constructed, easy for kids to manipulate on their dolls, fashion forward with its animal print motif, and reasonably priced with lots of little extras for the $24 retail. For those who don't like the purple bow accent, rest assured that it can be easily snipped. I think my favorite part is the little pocket. The headband in contrasting purple-accented leopard spots is ace...but it looks better than it lasts. Made of cheap plastic, it snapped even with careful adult use.
An A- grade, dropped due to headband breakage. This style certainly may not hold up ten years from now, but it's an iconic look for target-market aged girls in 2010.
A few more photos to add to the mix:
Note that this outfit was repackaged when AG switched from book to charms after InnerstarU debuted in July 2010, but the outfit itself didn't change. It retired in late December 2011.