This is one of those outfits that I didn't think much of based on the photos, but once I saw it in person I had to have it. I love the color, it looks great on many dolls. The dress is thick and well-made. A+
I wouldn't pay the sure-to-be-inflated secondary market prices for this set. The ear muffs are rather thin and flimsy-- it's basically just the headband and two pieces of thin satin-lined faux fur. I found the muff to be nice and thick, however. The skates are rather tight on my #58 doll. There's no "tongue" underneath the laces either, so I felt like her poor feet were exposed to the elements. But I was pleasantly surprised to see that she can stand in them securely and without tipping over. Overall, it's a cute set but don't overpay. B
This outfit is adorable. I don't think it looks or feels cheap, though the coat and leggings are thinner than what I would want to wear outside in the winter. Fortunately, I'm not a doll. My target-age niece loves this outfit as well. Solid A rating.
My #31 was an Ebay purchase. This doll has some of the nicest and easiest hair to manage, especially if you aren't great at styling. It stays in place easily, and is a nice length and thickness. Her hair is not difficult at all and is nothing like Addy's if that is a concern to anyone considering this doll. She is the only doll I have where I don't have to worry about flyaways! She has a very innocent and child-like face; sometimes she photographs a bit too wide-eyed though. Overall, she is a very nice doll to have. A+
She is one of the prettiest dolls, I think. I bought my Daphne at the MCM sale. I love her hair: the thickness, length, and amount of curl are just right for playing without being too difficult. Her face looks very assertive to me, she looks like a smart and brave girl. I love her to bits. A+ doll!