From AmericanGirl.com: When it’s time for bed, your girl can dress her doll in these snow-inspired pajamas:
- A top with thermal-knit long sleeves and a sparkly snowflake graphic - Pants with snowflake print and a flounce hem - Fuzzy slide slippers to keep her feet warm - 2 hairbands to sweep back her hair while she sleeps - The Friends for Keeps book for girls, a short story about sleepovers
These pajamas are adorable, and very similar to some that I have, which I like The bottoms have a slight ruffle on the bottom, which is a cute touch. The layered-look for the top is trendy, although separate pieces would have provided more mixing and matching potential. With the snowflakes on the PJs they are more restricted to winter months.
The fuzzy slippers are cute, but they're a little too short; Tessa's heals hung off the back edge.
They are exactly what they are called, snuggly. The PJ top fits well but the bottoms fit like a glove. I wish they were a little more roomy. The back of the PJ top uses velcro that doesn't snag which is great. I like the ruffle detail at the bottom of the pants and the snowflake pattern. The fluffy slippers fit perfectly although it's pretty much impossible for a doll to stand in them without support. The blue hair bands are a nice touch.
I wish the top consisted of two pieces that can be layered or used separately.
I think the top can be worn with blue jeans and look pretty nice.
I would give this outfit an A+.
Last Edit: Mar 27, 2013 3:55:46 GMT -5 by PleasantMemories: Mod edit to remove link to deleted image
I'm disappointed in this set, because I think it's adorable. But it doesn't fit my doll AT ALL. The pants are too tight and so is the shirt. I'm taking them back to the store. C (for cute but too tight)
Post by mandabear34 on Jun 10, 2010 18:39:55 GMT -5
This outfit is a wonderful addition to any collection. The top fits perfect and the Thermal Sleeve detail is great. I wish the pants were a bit longer, but the ruffle on the bottom is fun. The slippers complete the outfit, and I agree, definitely no way they can stand on their own. I am worried about the plastic piece holding them onto the feet. I'm not sure it would stand to much play time, I wish they had done something a little different for that. Over all a great buy. I give it an A.