The dolls torso is that shiny Barbie plastic and the rest of her body similar to the matte finished plastic used on the 18 in. AG dolls. I received Willa in the mail today. I do like her but I'm not convinced that the cost isn't a bit too high for these dolls. I did have to take her ponytails out when I got her because there was a loop of hair that hadn't been brushed properly into the ponytail. Her hair is a lot thicker than you would think from the pictures online. And I can't believe AG had to put one of their huge tags on her bunny ears.
My Julie arrived about a week ago. I had wanted Julie for a while but some how other dolls kept cutting in line in front of her. Since I grew up in the 70s I finally added her to my collection. She really is a gorgeous doll. Her hair is so silky and I love her big, brown eyes. Her meet outfit really reflects fashion as I remember it in the 70s. In fact I had a gauze shirt similar to the one she's wearing when I was growing up.
Here are both Spring dresses on #13 (I'll save you from having to hunt around for the one post).
As you can see the ribbon is on the inside ankle on the left shoe ... AG has already sent me a replacement (Great customer service). I really think the bow on this dress would have been a nice size for the BB hat, but as I've noticed lately there are people who love to put those big flowers on their little baby's head.
I'm with Jami'sdolls, I think leggings would be adorable on a MAG along with the BB dress.
I also didn't "feel the love" I had for this outfit when I purchased it as I was trying to put this on my MAG#13. The pants were quite as much of a struggle once I got them past Kendall's feet, they did just slide up her legs and fit fine on her waist. The sweater was a royal pain tho. Her hair was an absolute mess once I got the sweater over her head and I seriously thought I had totally dislocated her arm once I got them in the sleeves. As Christie0316 stated, her fingers kept getting hung up. It does look cute once it's on but I wouldn't want to risk loosening arms putting something on my doll. I can't imagine a child trying to put this outfit on a doll. Oh ... and I also had to fight to get one of the shoes on.