Review: Z’s Rainy Day Outfit

I recently reviewed — OK gushed — over Z’s book.  As usual, I’m a sucker for those AG stories!  When Brianna and I met Heather from Dollightful Dolls in Chicago, this outfit was on my list of things to see in person.


As you guessed, I brought it right home with me!

Here we have Pleasant Co Josefina in the garden on a crisp fall day.


The quilted vest is fully lined with fleece and embroidered with the Z Crew logo.

Her cotton t-shirt also has the AG star logo on the sleeve.


The boots!  They are thick just like real Wellies and are even lined with a flocked type of material.  You can see how realistic they are in the photo below.


You probably won’t be surprised to learn that they are very difficult to put on.  Josefina needs some tiny Wonder Bread bags to help her get her boots on.  This is what kids did when I was little back in Julie’s day!

Zcrew Josefina

This is a perfect outfit for heading to the pumpkin patch, or for cheering on a sibling at a soccer game.  I’m pleased with the purchase and glad to have some of Z’s Seattle-inspired collection.

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17 thoughts on “Review: Z’s Rainy Day Outfit

    1. Jen Post author

      Thanks, Kaylyn. I found your blog on the Mermade9blog 😃
      Josie was our first AG… my daughter has dark hair and I think she was drawn to her for that reason.

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    1. Jen Post author

      Yeah, I’m seriously considering using a small bag that a Lego part or a piece of hardware would come in to put on her feet to slide the boots on (for short term wear).

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    1. Jen Post author

      The fact that the outfit has so many elements reminds me of earlier JLY outfits. Sleeves! They didn’t try to do a miniskirt for Seattle! LOL.

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    1. Jen Post author

      You’re welcome! It’s still a shame that the dog got the umbrella! I’m looking forward to trying the best with some other combinations.

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