Very cute, silky and soft and very well-made, but they are HUGE. I am going to have to put a temporary hem on my daughter's or she's going to fall face first due to the pants being at least 6 inches too long on her. You might want to consider going one size down if you want them to fit now.
At least I know they will give her a good amount of use.
(These are recently retired, btw, but can still be had for new on ebay)
I have to second the sentiment about the Star PJs running large. The PJs themselves are adorable, but the sizing runs big. When we got them, my daughter was a size 8 and it's only now that she is in a 10 that the PJs don't hang on her. They are still quite long, and she is tall for her age. I agree that the quality is fabulous and they were a great deal on sale. For silky PJs, they do not snag easily, which is a real plus. I would give them a B+ and they miss being an A because of the sizing problems.
Post by daughterofthedryad on Jun 30, 2010 16:55:51 GMT -5
Comparing them with other silky PJs that my little sister has (from Target) I don't think the quality on these (at least on ours) is that fantastic. They're certainly nice, but nothing spectacular. We found them at Goodwill for $5. They're really pretty (I didn't realize that the stripes were pink) but they're HUGE! Ours are a size M and they look like they could easily be a 14/16 in girl's clothing sizes, if not bigger.
I like the red piping but was a bit disappointed in the quality, again. But I have to say, when I see an AG product I expect superior quality. Still nice to have though. Little sis adores them!
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