Post by MangoTikiWiki on Jan 6, 2010 18:22:04 GMT -5
This is the pink AG nightgown with a print of colored envelopes. It also came with slippers and a mini games and giggles book, but I do not have those. The nightgown is nice. Its simple, but its a thick cotton and apparently good quality, because 12 years later it has no pilling or snags on it. It has a cute little pocket on the front on as well. I give a B+, just for its plain-ness.
Post by hillabalou on Apr 25, 2012 14:16:35 GMT -5
When I recently adopted my GoT #7, I knew I had to get this pajama set for her! Zoey loves 90's clothes and the blue plaid nightgown just wasn't cutting it for her. I love this with the slippers! They really make the outfit stand out and add extra cuteness. I don't think it's plain at all...the envelope pattern on the nightgown is fun and unique. I picked up this set used on eBay for $12 in like new condition (mine didn't come with the book, which I don't mind). It has really held up! Once Zoey gives in to putting on another outfit, I would like to give it a little wash just to freshen it up a bit.
This was the only pajamas that came with the dolls my stepsister gave me in 2009, which could be why there was two of them. It came intact, with the book and the AG Bear Slippers. The book was a little messy after all this time, but it was still readable - it's an abridged "Games and Giggles."
The pajamas themselves are simple, but have a really cute mailbox print and are made from cozy flannel that seems to have held up really well. My dolls don't wear pajamas that often, but the last time I tried this on my PM #4 Jessa, it fit just fine. It might be a little big on thinner recent Mattel dolls.
The real reason to get this is the AG Bear Slippers. They are so cute. Like the sleep shirt, they're cozy, soft, and have held up well over the years. I wouldn't mind having a pair myself.
Recommended for 90s kids or for folks looking for simple yet cozy pajamas with unique footwear.