Post by triplethreat4bway on Feb 18, 2009 19:02:10 GMT -5
AWWW! I REALLY miss Hallmark selling AG merchandise. I own the plush mini Coconut keychain with a 4th of July theme. I Use it as a Coconut for my AG minis. It's really sturdy and didnt get ruined at all when I used to have it on my pack.
Post by triplethreat4bway on Feb 16, 2009 21:36:08 GMT -5
This is one of my favorite outfits AG has made yet. It really fits any dolls personality-from sporty to preppy and I think the outfit has great mix and match potential.
Jacket: First of all, I LOVE the track jacket. It's a simple blue, zip up jacket with the AG logo on the back and the collar is down at the front and up at the back. It feels really soft and it has some mesh material in the front and also tiny pockets on the side (just for decor). The one thing that most dislike about the piece is that the zipper is quite large. I do suppose it looks a tad odd if you want to get technical, but it doesn't bother me at all; considering that I always leave the jacket open anyways.
Pants: The sweatpants match the jacket and has mesh material down the sides of it. It's also cute, fits well, and I use it for many occasions.
Shirt: A gray tank top with "#7 American Girl Stars" printed on it in pink and has two stars sewn also. It's simple enough and you can really use it for anything.
Shoes: My favorite part of the outfit are the hot pink Converse low-top styled shoes. They're adorable (although I don't particularly like using them with this set) and easy to lace (even though it may look loose after they're tied because of their size) but they look great with jeans and longer pants in particular.
Hairbands: As useless as they usually are, I actually really love it when AG puts in little gimmicks such as hairbands and stickers because I do end up using them. They're also hot pink and great for making ponytails.
Book: I loved "Favorite Pet Stories" because the stories are really cute and I was thankful that I've never read them before (I hate getting most mini books because I usually have read it in AG magazine so it wa nice to read one I havent) Grade: A+