This is the Karate Training Outfit, minus the headband. Sorry about the lack of headband. The belts come in black, red, brown, purple, blue, green, orange, yellow, and white.
The practice pad. I find it pretty cool.
The back of the shirt. This was a used outfit, so I believe the scratches on the logo originated from the previous owner.
Here's the t-shirt with the pants. It's cute.
*WARNING* It's kind of hard to see in this picture, but when I got the doll she was wearing the shirt for a while and she got a faint print on her body from the red symbol. It's only on her body though, not the vinyl, and it's a cool symbol. Just a warning to those who mind.
Here's the gee without the belt and with white pants.
And here's it with the belt. I find it adorable.
Now here's the shirt with the red pants.
I'm not sure how accurate it is to wear the belt without the gee, but here's the belt with the alternate outfit.
And here's the gee with red pants and an alternate red belt. I would show the other colored belts on the outfits, but I couldn't be bothered. If you wanna request a picture of a certain outfit with a certain belt, let me know.
Overall, it's a nice 2-in-1 outfit. It's my first one so I can't compare it to others, but the outfits can easily mix-and-match with each other and it has that cool punching pad.
First off, sorry I don't have a Mia to put this outfit on! I technically don't have the entire outfit since I don't have the purple hair bands. But they're just hair bands, so no problem.
So here's all the clothing. I personally never saw this outfit as incomplete due to the hem. I recall having some outfits that rolled up similar to these PJ's, and they kind of give an airy feel to the outfit like Leila said. Also, wouldn't you want light-weight fabric for PJ's? Granted Mia's stories take place during cold weather when she can skate so some warmer fabric would of been a smarter choice, but light-weight fabric isn't too crazy an idea.
The PJ's are cute and easy to put on. What else can I say?
At first I had some difficulty trying to figure which part of the shoe is the heel, but it's not a big deal nor is it hard to figure it out.
The pattern on the pajama's pants.
And a matching one on the shirt.
This is the little lining on the top of the pajama shirt. 'Tis cute.
There's a lot of space between the front and back shirt, though it's connected at the sides so it's not difficult to put on.
So here's the Meet Outfit from 2008, the Star Hoodie. It has shoes, undies, leggings, the titular hoodie, and a hair band. (NOTE: the first two pictures were taken later, so the color's aren't the most accurate. Sorry about that.)
A quick close-up at the nice star. It has the same plaid as the headband.
Pink undies! They're okay.
Grey leggings! They're okay as well. Very easy to put on.
And now onto the shoes...
I find them easy to put on (these ones have slight scratches due to the previous owner).
And the infamous hood has a hole in the back, as demonstrated here. Probably to make things easier when putting it on.
Just put it over the doll's head instead of the bottom up. The arms are a bit tricky, but I didn't find it too hard (once you try to put pants on Bratz, nothing is too hard).
It's a very cute outfit. I wouldn't mind wearing something like this.
The headband adds to the cuteness in my opinion.
This is the little AG tag on the left sleeve.
There's a space in between the hoodie and the shirt up to where my finger is pointing out from, around the sleeves and sides. This is a nice touch that doesn't get in the way of dressing up a doll.
Now my doll is awesome enough to actually be able to wear her hoodie. Helps that she has a medium/thin wig. I'm pretty sure a doll with curly hair like #46 would never be able to wear the hoodie and look good.
From the back.
And since the hole's still there, I can still give her a little pony-tail
Overall, I like this outfit. It's easy to put on (for me at least) and it's cute.
Here's Felicity's Birthday outfit: the apron, socks, dress, and the headband. I got this around 2003, though I don't recall ever getting the apron pins.
Her socks are very lovely.
Hopefully you can see the design a little bit better in this pic.
Her apron is very nice as well. I honestly never thought as a kid that I needed any kind of pins to keep this apron up. Just smooth it out a little when putting it on and it stays on the doll just fine.
Closer look at apron design.
Now for the dress itself. I washed the skirt recently, so the bottom is a bit more crinkled then usual.
I recall one person saying she was worried about the flowers falling off, but I never worried about that. They seem pretty sturdy.
And here's the ribbon with the flowers. Nothing much else to say about this besides the flowers are kind of cute.
The socks look very cute on the doll. Shame it's always hidden by the dress.
They go up pretty high, about a B on the Zettai Ryouiki scale on TV Tropes.
I'm not sure how these socks would look on a modern, but Felicity's meet shoes go fine with it.
The dress, when non-crinkly, looks lovely on Felicity. I'm not sure how it would look on PM Felicity's and their bright red hair, but it looks great with her current darker hair.
This dress, as I presume with all of Felicity's dresses, has her little pockets that Felicity is holding onto right now.
Even if the dress looks good by itself, the apron always makes it look even better.
Felicity's hair ribbon. It's really completes the outfit, but I always had problems putting the ribbon on perfectly without it slipping out. It's not that big of a problem if it's for display only, but it's annoying if you play with your dolls.
In general, I love this outfit. I love how it looks on Felicity and I'm surprised that AG retired such a lovely outfit. Although AG's photo of the ribbon on Felicity's head made her look a bit silly.