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Thursday, March 23, 2017

Recent Additions to our collection

As many of you know, I love thrifting. 
What you may not know is that I sell a lot of my 
finds on ebay to support my AG addiction! Haha
I have been looking out recently for AG outfits to add to my collection.
I seem to be liking a lot of older outfits, but some new as well.

I am shocked at how time has sped.
This first outfit I thought of as pretty recent, but it was made 7 years ago!!
 Here is Elle in the 2010 Casual Chic Outfit

Love this hat!

Beth is wearing the 2007 Flower Garden Dress

These next two outfits you may already know I had ordered.

 Julie's Patchwork Outfit.

I  love the matching bandana. 
I have the necklace, but forgot to put it on for the photo!

I love all of Julie's platform shoes.

AND,  Julie's 2017 New Year's Outfit

I read a review on the AG website and this person HATED this outfit!
They felt the fabric and colors were strange.  
Obviously did NOT live through the 70s!

I adore these purple velvet shoes!!

 Here's Molly in the 2005 Sight Seeing Outfit
which you saw in 'Finding Baxter'.
I added the tights, but not sure I like them?

I have always liked this outfit,  but 
I don't think it is very flattering on Molly.

 Here it is on Skyler sans tights.
I like it.

Very pretty Skyler!

Grace and Emma are wearing some early AG outfits.
I have had parts of these outfits, but now I have all the pieces!
(except the shoes for the urban outfit - sigh)

 2000 Edition Urban Meet Outfit

 This vest is reversible, but you'd have to cut out the AG label.

The outfit came with the original shoulder bag and watch!

 1997 Play Outfit

I only recently found the sandals!

The denim shirt has real metal snaps.

 Emma in the 2000 American Girl Picnic Outfit

 Came with the sunglasses and flower hair band.

Look at these TEVA look-a-likes!

I am really happy with these additions.
(I may need an intervention)


Julie Ann Newman said...

*From Julie's doll mom Sharry :* be perfectly honest, I don't like Julie's New Year's outfit either. Not b/c of the color or fabric, but b/c of the style. This looks more like something an adult would have worn to a cocktail party back then. I've seen plenty of these types of looks (on women) in old Spiegel catalogs from the early 70s. But for a 10 year old girl..? Not likely. I know Julie lived in San Fransisco, but when I was a kid in the 70s, I saw more polyester, loud prints like plaids, Buster Brown and Marshmallow shoes, colorful knee socks, sweater vests, pants suits and skirt sets. It wasn't all about the peasant look. By 1974, the hippie stage was on the way out. I try really hard to be period accurate for my Julie and company, (even the boys!). AG really needs new people in their R&D department.

Brenda and Sophie said...

Well, I can definitely see your point. I guess I just like the fabric and the cute shoes.

Flo said...

Cool finds! I'm especially partial to the Play Outfit, one of these days I may have to break down and buy it.

Brenda and Sophie said...

I love the long skirt of the play outfit. The play outfit is still out there. Sometimes I see pieces for a song. I pieced mine together but I still see the whole set too.