I'm going to have to disagree with the above poster, unfortunately.
What it costs: $24 What I'd pay: $18-20
While at first glance this outfit seemed adorable - especially paired with Molly's fur-lined ice-skates and ear muff - after getting this outfit home and taking it out of the box, I found myself discouraged with the quality of the materials. Another point against it was the cost - for $24, all you get is the sweater, skirt, and spankies. It really comes with hardly anything, even if you factor in the trading cards, to justify the price. Especially since you have to pay a lot for the skates, as well! After being impressed with the quality and charm of Emily's Snowsuit, this one threw me for a loop. Why is one outfit so great while the other is sub-standard?
The Good: - The idea of the outfit is cute, and the sweater design and colors are adorable.
The Bad: - The material for the sweater is as stiff as a board. It could be cheap wool or expensive felt, but either way it is over-starched. The inside isn't lined, and seems are clearly visible. - The skirt and spankies are even worse than the sweater. They are of a flimsy, felt-like material that was already wrinkled in the box. The fabric reminded me of something you would find in the dollar section of Jo-Annes, or something someone would use if they wanted a cheap costume - it was not fabric that is considered acceptable for every day clothes at all. The underwear was made of the same thin materials. - $24? What are you paying for? Embroidery? It makes no sense!
Unfortunately, I do not have any pictures. I was so disappointed in the outfit I returned it. Maybe if it had been less expensive I would have been willing to put up with the problems, but in my mind I just couldn't justify owning it over some of AG's much higher quality outfits.
Last Edit: Nov 8, 2007 18:31:40 GMT -5 by Cheekadee
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