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AG’s Rebecca’s Seashore Set Review

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When I went to the American Girl Doll Store, I picked up three items. This was my favorite one!

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This set comes with: a postcard, a beach chair, a set of boots and socks, a hat, and her swim clothes. This is again, very historically accurate (1914). Yes it’s from 1914, but the colors give a little modern flair to it. To learn more or to buy this set, visit American Girl or click here. It was $48.

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Here’s the front of her “swimsuit!” I like the pink bow.

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My favorite part of her swimsuit is the crisscross on both sides.

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Underneath her swimsuit is a pair of bloomers. She has calf-high socks underneath her purple boots. Her purple lace-up swimming boots are adorable and Rebecca looks great in them! My only disappointment was, they have a soft bottom.

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I’m not a real fan of this hat, but it’s kinda cute!

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Here is her postcard written to her uncle, Max Shepard. It shows Coney Island on the front of the card.

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I LOVE THIS CHAIR SOOOOOOOO MUCH!!! It’s really cute!

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Rebecca sits comfortably in this chair, but it would be nice to have it a little bigger.

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One of the special features of this chair is, it reclines back!

Rebecca and I enjoyed reviewing this set, and hope you liked it!

Have fun with your doll!

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6 responses »

  1. Nice review! I’m actually liking this set more now, and I think Rebecca looks really cute in the swimsuit. 🙂

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  2. She looks good in that color. Love the shoes too.

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  3. Wow! Sounds like a great set:)

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  4. Rebecca looks great with all her new purchases!

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  5. How many dolls do you have?

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