I think Minuk's outfit is perfect. It is completely accurate. Her boots, as tradition dictates, is in 2 pieces. Yupik moccasins are worn on the foot, and a top made of fur is wrapped around the ankle and calf, then tied on. Much like Apache leggings are worn, which creates the look of an European idea of a boot. Her parka, again, is historically accurate. But look closer! There is the tiniest of trim between each different 'skin'! How did they accomplish that intricate piece of detailing? The plush faux fur used to create her tribal regalia is the finest and highest quality. It feels completely real! Now, for her hairstyle... Look at her forehead hairline. The tiniest braids come from her part, along the hairline and merge with the larger side braids. Now the mitts. Alaskan native winter mittens don't have individual fingers. That's not possible unless the fur is removed from the skin, and the fur us needed for warmth. Only a thumb is made. Now, Minuk's hand is too tiny for this detail, and the omission is very forgivable. I love her, she is definitely the most cuddly of all the GOMLs... And the most patient, as she withstands all demonstrations of affection from all ages! A side note...I've read mention of different parts of GOML Outfits or braids being attached to the main costume... that was only done for packaging and may be removed for " play". They aren't meant to be permanent. But, it's your choice... depends on how " minty" you want them to remain.