The only part I have of Kaya's Meet outfit are her shoes. I had requested Josefina's Meet outfit shoes adn they sent me Kaya's by mistake. I think her shoes do fit quite snug and after a minute or two I finally figured out how to tie them. Josefina wears them occasionally since the ones I got as replacements were sold to another board member with my first Josefina. Overall I give the shoes an A-.
I only have the ball and glove to this set; well, I did. I ordered tehm as replacement parts months ago. Last weekend I gave them to my step-dad when I presented him a former Kirsten turned into Micah the Red Sox Fan. I love the quality of those pieces and my step dad got a big kick out of them too. A+
Thanks for the review. It seems less reflective than an actual mirror, which is disappointing since it looks so nice and shiny on AG.com. Does it have the peel off plastic coating stuff on it or is that the way it's supposed to be?
ETA: After purchasing this for myself I've beenm able to answer my own question. Yes, there is a peel-off film on it, so it is a nice and shiny mirror.
I called AG and got a replacement Vanity, but only changed out the mirrors since the rest of it was fine and I didn't want to have to fight the rest of vanity back into the box. I'm very happy with the replacement mirror. This piece gets an A- from me. The fabric for the skirt feels odd. It reminds me of the fabric at the farbic store that is covered in formaldihyde (sp?). I've think it would actaully be pretty easy to change out or take it off to wash since the rod is just screw into the back.
These are much cuter in person that on the website. They have clear vinyl on the toes and real tread on the sole. The shoes go on very easily , but are a pain to tie, like all other AG shoes. These look a lot like soemthing I would wear plus they lok liek they would go with a lot of outfits.
I have had my Molly since 1995 adn she is my favorite. I fell in love with her a few years beofre that but I knew Mom couldn't afford her, so I waited and read her books. What really drew me to her was the glasses, the dancing, the parent in the military, and the fact that she was a little bit of a tomboy. She is now my main model for showing off my sewing creations. I highly reccomend her, she is just so precious.
I have most of this outfit still, after 11 years, I'm just missing the "collar", socks, and ribbons. The only problem I've ever had wiht this outfit it the velcro on the skirt, it is hard to put together, and once it's together it is hard to keep it that way. I could fix it myself wiht some more velcro, but she doesn't wear it very often, so I haven't bothered. She's more into modern clothes.
I got it since my family has a long history of military service. My grandparents and I served in the Air Force; my mom, aunt, and two uncles served in the Navy, and my ex-step-dad served in the Army. My mom's boyfriend currently serves in the Air Force. Once I saw the Aviator Outift, I knew I had to have it. I think it is very well made, but was surprised that the only thing tagged was the scarf. The chin strap seems pretty long, but it has excellent detail. Overall, I give this outfit an A.
My PM Felicity is from either 93 or 94, and she is in really great condition. Her hair is very manageable and a great shade of red, not too bright and not too dark. She is older than my Molly but she was my second doll, her rpevious owner was my step-sister who has grown apart from her. Felcity is one of my main models, but she is out traveling wiht one of my mangers grand-daughters and should be home soon.