The first picture is of my three girls modeling some of the socks, the wellies (size 8/9), and Willa's t-shirt for girls (size 6). Of course Emerson, Willa and Maryellen joined in the photo! My eldest is 6.5 years old and wears size 2.5 shoes. My middle daughter is newly 3 years old and wears size 9 shoes. My third daughter is almost 2 and wears size 7 shoes. The socks are accurate for the size range 9-2.
The socks and wellies are very popular with my kids; they just love them! Even my son tried on Camille's blue and green socks ;) The socks are a little on the thin side, so I have the feeling I'll be darning the socks in the future. I'm hoping the kids will get decent use out of them. I think the $20 price for the 5-pack of socks and the $26 price for the wellies are reasonable. I've paid similar prices for other novelty socks and rain boots.
The rain boots will cause your kid's feet to sweat! Notice the moisture built up in the shoe. I'm surprised the socks and boots don't go up another size. I'd imagine that many 6-8 year old girls have shoe sizes bigger than a size 2.
Now on to Willa's t-shirt for girls. I purchased a size 6, hoping it would fit both my 6.5 year old daughter and my 3 year old daughter. According to the AG website size chart, the size 6 shirt should fit a girl about 48" tall, which is the height of my 6.5 year old. For comparison purposes, I can let you know my 6.5 year old daughter is 48" tall and weighs 60lbs. She's in the 75% for both height and weight. She is AG's "targeted" age group for the WellieWishers. However, the shirt barely fits my eldest daughter. She had a difficult time getting the shirt over her head. The shoulders are narrow, and if she lifts her arms up she exposes a lot of belly.
The shirt fits very well on my 3 year old daughter. And it even fits pretty well on my nearly 2 year old daughter! So as far of the clothes go, it seems like they are really more targeted to the 3-6 year range, which I think is also true of the socks and boots.
I think the price of the girls clothes is very high. Paying $26 for a kid's t-shirt is a lot to me. This shirt was a special treat for our daughters to celebrate that my eldest just finished kindergarten and my middle daughter is going into preschool. I figured that all of my daughters would be able to use it, which helped justify the cost (a little), though I think a $20 price would be much more reasonable (and attainable) and a $15 price would be perfect!