Yippee! We are getting new AG backdrops!!! Super love it. This are always so affordable and great for pictures ad stories. Diana
She is such a cutie...I can't wait to see everyone's photos and reviews about her. I can't decide if I will get her or not..I've had my eye on TM #35 for so long that I may just get her and pretend she's Mary Ellen and get all of Mary Ellen's other stuff. :)
Just came back from American girl store in Scottsdale az and bought MARYELLEN and poodle skirt what a beautiful store will put on cd and send to you. The diner is much nicer in person very well built and price was $275 move over OG diner and and get AG seaside diner. regards S.R
Are Maryellen's eyes brown? Do you think she looks too similar to TM number 33? Congrats on getting her early!
Can anyone verify Maryellen's eye color? Hazel or brown? Thanks!
bought her today eyes are like molly
AG said on their fb page that they are brown. but they don't look it to me
I have never before bought any of the "big" historical character items, not even a bed. But this diner is so neat. I think I'm going to have to plan on it!
I was excited to see that backdrop too. Definitely will get the fireplace one shown above. Agree with Diana: they are terrific for scenes or photo shoots.
The holiday outfits look cute. I am curious to see if the dress is a red or hot pink? I do kike the idea of a black shrug. The shoes are really cute, hope they are the ones that come with the dress. Mary Ellen shoes are similar. Backdrop will be a must for cute settings.
LOVE the pedal pusher outfit! And I do hope they call them pedal pushers! In the 50s capri pants went to the ankle - Laura Petri wore them on the Dick van Dyke show! Also love the school dress and the poodle skirt. Might just be getting outfits from this collection. Looking forward to seeing more photos and reviews.
We grew up calling them pedal pushers too; and that was the 60's.
Even when they became vogue again in the 80s (my time to wear them) they were pedal pushers (though mom called them clam diggers); I was rather annoyed in the 00s when they became "capris." Didn't the designers study their history? I'm sure it was a marketing department idea. :)~Xyra