Felicity's second meet accessories set consists of a purse, hankie, bit coin, and garters very much like the ones available in the first meet set. She also has a mob cap with a purple ribbon on it and a purple chocker.
Personally, I feel this is the inferior version of the meet accessories. The main reason is the chocker. It is just ribbon and elastic. It doesn't match any of Lissie's other outfits and therefore isn't very useful. Her coral necklace from her original meet accessories is much more versatile. Actually, her original mob cap matches more outfits than her purple ribbon mob cap as well.
The brocade purse, bit, handkerchief, and garters are very similar to the originals.
Chrissa will be all set for a perfect picnic with these party treats:
A pitcher of pretend pink lemonade A box of table talkers filled with inspirational sayings to break the ice A pretend three-tiered cake with a bottom layer that separates into four slices 3 pretend slices of watermelon to serve on a platter 3 pretend sandwiches 3 place mats 3 polka-dot plates 3 polka-dot glasses 3 cloth napkins A cake plate
I don't have much else to say except that the pitcher of lemonade has the same problem as the jars from Kit's Produce Jars the plastic that should be clear glass isn't quite clear. It's a little cloudy. Other than that I'm happy with the set.
Chrissa's pet llama Starburst is incredibly soft. She is white with an embroidered face. She has a blue harness with a strap for leading her. She also has a "parade pack" made of purple fleece with some flowers embroidered on it. Inside her pack are four bookmarks with quotes about friendship.
While I don't think AG intended the harness to be removed, it can be easily removed and put back if you are okay with some llama face mushing. Starburst is rather silky and I didn't expect the parade pack to stay put, but it does. The bookmarks are all different and the perfect size to keep inside a mini-book.
Sonali has dark skin, brown eyes, dark brown long curly hair, and her own face mold. Her face mold reminds me of Kaya, but shows teeth. It also has similarities to the Addy and Josefina molds.
Sonali's meet outfit consists of denim Capri pants, blue slipper type shoes, a green t-shirt, green undies, and a blue knitted tank topped tunic.
Sonali it gorgeous. I'm madly in love with her skin tone, eyes, and the curl in her hair. She does look like many East Indian women that I know. I wish her wig was a little thicker. The netting of the wig doesn't show through as readily as Chrissa's does when you leave the hair down, but if you change her hairstyle, it does start to show. I don't see it being a problem for display, but might be a pain when playing with her.
Her meet outfit has several pieces that will be nice for mix and match. Her pants and t-shirt will be very versatile and actually make a nice outfit on their own. Her shoes are adorable and easy to put on and take off, but don't fall off. The buttons on the knitted tunic work like real buttons. Like Chrissa's outfit, I wish there was some sort of hair accessory for this outfit. A headband would have been especially nice.
Gwen is a blonde doll with brown eyes, light bangs, and the classic face mold. She is very similar to JLY #12.
Her meet outfit consists of an embroidered white eyelet sun dress, pink sandals (very much like Jess'), a pink headband, a white "scrunchie", and light pink undies.
I can't say that I have any complaints about the Gwen doll. I'm sorry to say I changed her hair before snapping pics, so you wont' see the wispy hairs that she comes with. They looked wet and clumpy in the box and I decided they bothered me. As you can see, they are easy to deal with.
I love her meet dress and hair band. The hair tie is nothing special, just a white hair tie. Her sandals are very much like Jess' only pink. They didn't impress me then, and they still don't impress me. My sandals have rather loose elastics to go over her ankles, so they don't stay on very well. I hope that is just a problem with mine, and not a common issue.
Her doll has light blue eyes, brown straight hair, and the Josefina face mold. She is not photogenic at all. I haven't seen another doll who takes such terrible pictures but is adorable in person.
Her meet outfit consists of a pink and purple faux wrap dress (it actually Velcros in the back), purple glittery shoes, a green bracelet, and a pair of purple undies.
I fell in love with Chrissa when I saw her in the store. Her biggest flaw is her inability to look good in pictures. A very close second is a very thin wig. Parts of the netting show through if you aren't careful with hair placement just behind where her middle part ends. Her hair is a little too short to make it easy to style in a lot of ways.
Her meet outfit is cute, but sparse. She needs some sort of accessory for her hair. I'd willingly trade in the bracelet for some barrettes, clips, a headband, or something for her hair.