Post by HannahMontana06 on Jan 2, 2008 19:31:02 GMT -5
Mia's PJ's Set $22
Comes with (from the site): ~A faux-layered pajama tank with cut jersey ties and flower graphic ~Cropped wide-leg pajama pants with printed flowers on the right leg ~Gathered slippers ~A pair of purple hair ties
The PJs are really cute and they are made out of cotton im pretty sure there light in weight. The pants are a gaucho style and the shirt has unfinished edges its held up together ok, I think it's like that so it will flow down better Slippers are cute and they are ballet slipper styled. Over all i'd give them an A
Also the first thing I thought when I saw these was they looked the same style as Jess's PJs so I took pictures of them both together
Post by LaurenInChicago on Jan 3, 2008 0:05:38 GMT -5
So, I was at AGPC today and along with some other things, I bought Mia's PJs for Amy (my #4). Overall, I really like them... the colors are a very nice purple, nice change from the usual pink shade that pajamas seem to be lately and the flower designs on the top and the pants are really cute. I am a little bothered by the fact that the seams are unfinished, but I guess that's the style of it. They fit Amy very well and I think the look nice on her. The slippers that come with it are pretty cheap- just purple cloth slippers (think the fabric of the ballet slippers in the 2 in 1 set) and the hairbands are a nice extra. For $22, its not a bad set at all. I give the pajamas a solid A and the entire set an A- (since the slippers are kind of lame and all). *Mod edit to remove dead image link*
I give it a C-. Only passes because my daughter likes it so much. Very, very disappointed in the quality. Unfinished hems and very lightweight fabric. With the exception of the silkscreening these could be easily made at home. Way overpriced for the quality. Julies pajamas were very high quality so I expected these to be the same as they are the same price. Even Julies slippers are adorable and made with nice terrycloth.
***I did call customer service and let them know the quality was not worth the price.
Last Edit: Mar 12, 2008 14:50:46 GMT -5 by sondrasmom
I was very disappointed with this outfit. The cotton used is a very thin material and the edges are unfinished so within moments of putting it on the doll, the ends started to roll up. This made it look horrible, I am seriously thinking of returning it. The pants also do not sit well on the doll and give her a "bow-legged" look. The slippers are just little cheap cotton slip ons similar to Samantha's bathing gown slippers. I give it a D, I'd give it an F if not for the pretty color which was the only good thing about it.
Slowly moving picasa pics of my collection to Instagram: adoringag88
I just got this outfit from AG for my #13. I read here about the quality, and I have to agree with adored - it's just not that great of quality for AG. The shirt and pants keep rolling up; I'm hoping I can get it to stay down. It's really cute, but I am having such a hard time keeping the slippers on! They keep falling off, as you can see if my second picture (which I noticed after I took the pic!). Overall I give it a B+. It would be an A but quality counts, AG.
I agree with what's been said above. Also, the slippers don't like to stay on my dolls' feet! :x Both the top layer and the bottom layer of the top roll up; the pants do too, but not as severely. The style and printing are cute, but the quality is just... I wouldn't pay more than $10 for the PJs. I'm not sure if it's backordered yet, but if you want 'em, wait for the sale.
The material doesn't seem "flimsy" to me, it seems more airy. It's really light and the perfect PJs to wear during the summer. The pajamas just look beautiful on all the dolls. The slippers are a bit of a pain, but they don't seem to slip off much on my Mia. The only problem I have with them is that it's hard to stand her up in them because there's no defined foot area of the slipper.
I love a lot of the little things on the outfit, too. I thought I wouldn't like the flower decals, but they're so cute! And the top is a really nice piece (it would work well as a layering piece for every day wear). The lace at the top of the bodice and the small cut at the bottom are both charming. The only thing I dislike about the top is that it's a little too low-cut for a ten-year-old. And I do kind of wish the ribbon had been made of a different material than the rest of the shirt. That's the one place I dislike the delicate fabric.
Edit: BTW, I don't think they look too much like Jess's PJs. The pants are a more gaucho style, very loose and airy. As for the tank top...well, let's just say the Jess appears to have much more modesty than Mia.
Post by Buckingham Alice on Feb 7, 2009 6:33:43 GMT -5
I like this set. It's hot here in Cali most of the time, so Quinn is able to where these a lot. The material is thin, but doesn't feel cheap. They seem like they'd be comfy. While the unfinished hems are strange, it doesn't bother me as much as I thought it would.
Post by marisolkaileynikki on Jun 23, 2009 8:25:28 GMT -5
I do not have any problems with the slippers, they go on Mia's feet perfectly! My seams were finished though, so the pass with an A. the only thing keeping it from getting higher is that it snags alot with the velcro in the back.
First off, sorry I don't have a Mia to put this outfit on! I technically don't have the entire outfit since I don't have the purple hair bands. But they're just hair bands, so no problem.
So here's all the clothing. I personally never saw this outfit as incomplete due to the hem. I recall having some outfits that rolled up similar to these PJ's, and they kind of give an airy feel to the outfit like Leila said. Also, wouldn't you want light-weight fabric for PJ's? Granted Mia's stories take place during cold weather when she can skate so some warmer fabric would of been a smarter choice, but light-weight fabric isn't too crazy an idea.
The PJ's are cute and easy to put on. What else can I say?
At first I had some difficulty trying to figure which part of the shoe is the heel, but it's not a big deal nor is it hard to figure it out.
The pattern on the pajama's pants.
And a matching one on the shirt.
This is the little lining on the top of the pajama shirt. 'Tis cute.
There's a lot of space between the front and back shirt, though it's connected at the sides so it's not difficult to put on.
Post by 5hensandacockatiel on Apr 17, 2011 10:26:07 GMT -5
I just LOVE the top, pants and 2 hair things! The only thing that I'm not completely thrilled about are the shoes. They're really cute, but when do you ever find slippers like that? I think the fluffy ones from like, Emily's PJs would be cute in purple and put with this outfit. Still, I love it all, I'll give it an A+
Post by Christie0316 on Nov 11, 2011 22:49:04 GMT -5
Though these PJs are cute on Mia, I really really like them on dark-haired dolls. They are super pretty pajamas, but I am glad I got them second-hand for $5 because of the unfinished edges. The bottom of the shirt drives me absolutely insane because the ends roll up... a lot. Front the front it looks like my doll is wearing a scroll, LOL. If I had known they were going to do this I probably would have skipped getting them... although I do think they are lovely colors and the fabric is super soft.