This is a pale pink dress with small ruffles around the bodice and skirt hem, and floral embroidery down the front of the bodice and around the skirt hem. It comes with matching low- heeled shoes and a floppy white hat that is trimmed with a green ribbon and white with pink flowers.
This is a very sweet, well made spring dress. It is made of a nice fabric, and is fully lined. The embroidery is real, and very pretty. The ruffles are a soft tulle type fabric. The shoes are covered in a fabric similar to what the dress is made of, and slip on easily but fit securely. I bought this for the quintuplets, and it fits all of them. Violet is built more like a PM doll, and it fits her well. The only issue was it being snug on the dolls with thicker shoulders, but even that was minor as it still closed in back with little trouble and the doll doesn't look uncomfortable. The only downside is that the fabric wrinkles. I recommend hanging this dress up when not in use, though unfortunatly there is no hanger included.
The white hat is possibly my favorite part of this set. I had expected it to be a straw hat, but it is actually fabric. I think this is better, as the hat is floppy enough to be shaped yet sturdy enough to hold a shape. It also fits the dolls' heads well, even with their pigtails. Other AG hats I have that are made of a less flexible material do not fit as well, if at all.
I wasn't really wanting this dress that much when I saw it online but my mom saw it and thought it was the perfect birthday present for me. I have to say it is actually one of my favorite outfits now that I have it.
The dress is very pretty especially when on a dark haired doll. The dress has a nice lining inside of it and the pink isn't that overwhelming in person. The embordery and ruffles go all around the back. The embordery is my favorite part, it is just so detailed . The only bad thing about this is the fact that it wrinkles so easily. I give it an A+ even though it does wrinkle.
The shoes are the exact same color as the dress and go on very easily. The shoes tend to not cover up all the doll's toes and look a tiny bit odd to me. I give them an A- because they do the wierd fit on the toes.
The hat completes the outfit and without the dress doesn't look so pretty. The three little flowers are really cute and the green ribbon is a nice touch. The hat can easily be folded without worry of being wrinkled. The hat looks a little put together on the very top the way the layers go up. I give the hat an A.
The book is yet another cookie cutter one from ag. I give this outfit a very high A.
I bought this outfit for my niece at the same time that I bought her MyAG #28. I bought matching dresses for doll and girl, and it is my niece's absolute favorite outfit. My SIL was also thrilled with it and reports that the clothes are well made. Hefty price for the duo, but it got a lot of wear as it is versatile in wear to dressy as well as casual events.
I LOVE this dress! It is very sweet and great quality. The dress has rows of puffy fabric for decoration, and embroidery of flowers and leaves. The hat is good quality and has a green ribbon around the top, with a pink and green flower. And I love the shoes. They are light pink ankle-strap shoes, and just look adorable with the outfit.
Here are some pictures, since there are none in this thread. Rorie looks super cute in it!
Post by MollyEmily4Ever on Feb 24, 2011 9:43:16 GMT -5
This is one of my favorite AG outfits of all time, A for it. I use it for my #23, Kylie. The dress is VERY pretty and so is the hat. I had no trouble getting the shoes on. I highly recommend it, particularly for dolls with brown hair.
Historical: Molly, Kit, Emily, Ruthie and Samantha
MyAG: Kylie (#23), Hannah (#37), Emma (#39), Allie (#53) and Rachel (#57)
GOTY: Kailey, Nicki and Abby (Saige)
Bitty Babies: Helina (blond), Sarah (brunette with brown eyes), Grace (brunette with blue eyes) and Katie (redhead)
Bitty Twins: Cory (brunette boy) and Lea (brunette girl)
Customs: Sasha, Jessica, Natalie, Lauren and Zoey