Bonjour! Grace is here with me today to review her Travel Coat.
Here’s the whole coat. It’s made of very durable, thick material that is just like a real coat.
On the coat’s waistline is a black bow. It is sewn into place and can’t be untied.
On the upper part of the coat are 5 buttons. The 3 on the right side are used to close up the coat and the other 2 on the left are just for decoration. The buttons are fastened securely to the coat.
Here is how the coat opens up. The coat closes by the 3 buttons and Velcro on the waistline .
Inside the upper part of the coat is a pink lining that has little bows and swirls printed on it.
The ribbon the sleeves doesn’t go all the way around. I like the way it’s pointed at the ends, not just a straight boring line.
This is the view of the coat from the back. It’s a little wrinkly, but not too bad.
The little Grace tag is on one of the sleeves.
Grace loves her Travel Coat! When Grace first was released, a girl I know said, “Isn’t Grace’s Travel Coat adorable?” I didn’t really like the coat at that time, but as you can see, I changed my mind.
Grace and I both rate it 5 out of 5 stars, and highly recommend it! It looks great with Grace’s eyes and it is adorable. It is well worth the price of $28 and it will look beautiful on any doll. Grace thinks that Jamie might be coming over to “borrow” the coat sometime soon… :)
– American Girl Doll Artist
P.S. I am starting school tomorrow because I’m homeschooled. I am really excited. I might not be able to post many times during the week, but I’ll try. :)