I love this outfit so much. I put it on Felicity when I first got it and she's still wearing it. It looks great on her. The sweater looks like something from Forever 21 or Urban Outfitters. I love the Westerny Aztec print. It's very flowy and soft. The top has a print on it there is not very visible. It's a nice contrast to the sweater. It's long and covers most of the doll's bum. The leggings look like dark was jeggings. They are skin tight and long enough to cover the doll's ankles. The gladiator type sandals put the whole outfit together. I don't think it would look right with sneakers or boots. This is the only outfit from Saige's collection that I have purchased. Her other outfits are not nearly as cute as this one. Jumping on the bandwagon and giving this outfit an A+
I received Kanani from my parents for my birthday in 2011. The Jess face mold goes really well with tanned medium skin and her bright hazel eyes. Her hair is about the same length as Kaya's when you pull it down straight, to her ankles. It has loose curls that would probably need to be put in curlers every once in a while if you styled it often.
Lanie is a very cute doll over all. I'm glad I bought her last minute in December 2011. Her polo dress is adorable. The shoes are like flats on top, but sneakers on the bottom. Dolls can stand very well in the shoes. Her hair can be twisted into a bunch of small curls or some bigger curls. I prefer small curls, but I usually end up giving her bigger curls out of laziness. Her side fringe is very unique, and it doesn't stick out weird like I was afraid of. They can be clipped back if you don't like them. Her eyes are almost the same hazel that Mia's are, but the green tones are a bit brighter on Lanie. Here are some miscellaneous shots of my Lanie Mae Holland.
Well first off I would like to say that this is my first post on here. Woooo. Kaya is absolutely one of the most beautiful dolls American Girl makes. I have no clue why she gets ignored so much. I mean, you never see little girls with Kaya. They always have Julie or the girl of the year because they are apparently "more modern." Starting on Kaya's hair. It seems most complain about her hair. They say that it is frizzy, dry, and textured from the moment her braids are taken out. I purchased my Kaya in December 2011 and her hair was perfectly fine when I took her braids out. Her hair was amazingly soft and smooth. Of course she had crimps in her hair from the braids, but it wasn't frizzy. I brushed it after spritzing water and it was fine. I ended up steaming her hair straight, (it is GORGEOUS by the way) but I didn't find it a problem before. Although the ends aren't all even because of the way it was cut in the braids, I love it. The longest her hair is is below her ankles. It is a very dark brown with red (not orange, RED) highlights. Her hair is so fun to brush and style. Now, Kaya's outfit. Her outfit is very well made. I find it very very realistic for her time period. I love the details with the beads and the slits at the bottom of the dress and sleeves. The fabric is awesome quality too. The hair pieces are a nice touch too. I usually keep my dolls modern, as I don't have many historical outfits, but I do think Kaya's meet outfit is very nice. For the doll herself.. Her limbs and head were tight right out of the box and they stay that way. Her eyes open and close well. They are pinwheel I believe. They are a nice shade of brown that goes well with her skin tone. She has feathered eyebrows that appear different than those of my other dolls. She has no head tilt (like a lot of Josefina mold dolls.) Her skin tone is beautiful, it is different than Sonali's if anyone is wondering. It says "PLEASANT COMPANY" on her neck, though I purchased her in December 2011. I suppose that is normal. Overall, I do recommend Kaya to anyone. She is under appreciated at American Girl and that should change. She is a great quality doll. I will take pictures eventually and post them here. Sorry for the long review, I'm not good at writing things short and sweet.