*This robe was worn by Molly in the movie Molly: An American Girl on the Home Front*
The robe was my first separate AG outfit, so mine is PM and is a lovely navy blue color adorned with white/red lifesavers and has a blue/red twisted rope tie. Two red fuzzy wuzzies (slippers) complete the outfit.
Post by mollygirl1944 on Dec 31, 2006 23:36:33 GMT -5
Love love love this one! It completes the set vry well and is nice and patriotic! I recived it and the pajamas as a gift from my grandma along with Molly's school, christmas, winter outifts and lunch. Molly loves to travel back to the 40's because the clothes suit her perfectly!
My Dolls: Molly (2001), Laura(#14)(2003), Elizabeth (2006), and Kirsten (2009)
Post by AGmom2AlliTori on Jan 23, 2010 22:49:58 GMT -5
I love this set! The robe is adorable, I believe we have a Pleasant Co. version. The ties are great, and haven't frayed, which is good. I didn't have too much of a problem getting the fuzzy wuzzies on Molly's feet.
Post by QNPoohBear on Apr 26, 2010 12:33:57 GMT -5
The robe is made from soft flannel and looks like it would keep Molly warm on winter nights. The nautical Patriotic theme is perfect for a WWII girl. The fuzzy wuzzies are adorable and though they are tough to get on, the Mattel version fit my PM Molly's feet with a little tugging. Grade: A
Last Edit: May 12, 2010 17:44:09 GMT -5 by QNPoohBear
Post by Christie0316 on Mar 10, 2011 18:53:38 GMT -5
I agree with the other reviews (A from me), but wanted to add on that putting Molly in her robe and slippers makes her SUPER huggable. With the robe tied over her pajamas underneath, it makes her a bit plump, squishy, and super soft to hold onto.
I have the robe, but not the slippers (in search of some). I definitely like the design and material. I can easily imagine it possibly being a hand me down of Ricky's, since the pattern seems a bit boy-ish. The material is a comfortable flannel, and I can see it helping keep Molly warm on winter nights. The sash is a soft twisted rope, though I foresee it being too slippery to actually stay in a bow.