This is one of my all-time favorite AG outfits, mainly for its rich color scheme and details.
Regarding some previous comments about this outfit, I believe there's likely individual variation to the outfits since my skirt slips on easily. I do agree that the sleeves require a little tug over vinyl fingers, but I'm just as glad that AG didn't add velcro to the cuffs. The jacket doesn't actually button but the buttons hide the velcro closure. That to me is an acceptable cheat; I'd be afraid velcro'd blouse cuffs wouldn't have a button disguise. The blouse collar does have a tendency to flip up but that's no biggie. It's absolutely an exquisite outfit. The skirt and blouse are cotton or a blend but the print is so rich you could believe it is silk. The jacket is a synthetic to mimic silk taffeta from the period; it is very soft and doesn't feel cheap at all, unlike some other AG attempts at taffeta. Cécile is wearing her crinoline for these photos. This skirt is cut generously enough to allow the crinoline to provide the proper shape and to hit at mid-calf, but could use even more volume to accommodate the petticoat that should be worn over the crinoline:
I'd love if AG would make a bonnet to match. Céce is shown wearing a gorgeous purple bonnet in this illustration from Troubles for Cécile when she meets Marie-Grace at St Louis Cathedral, and it would be the perfect accessory: