- Face Mold: Josefina Mold - Josefina was the first doll with this face mold.
- Skin: Medium
- Hair: Very dark brown with auburn highlights, straight, no bangs, no part
- Josefina comes with her hair braided back.
- Eyes: Dark Brown
- Brows: Feathered
- Other: Josefina has permanent gold hoop earrings in each ear.
Josefina's meet outfit reflects daily fashion on a Mexican rancho in 1824; women wore less restrictive clothing than what was worn in white American fashion of the time. Casual clothing consisted of long blouses with simple skirts and sashes. The outfit shows influences from Native people of the area as well.
After the launch of BeForever, the set was sold (minus hair accessories) as Josefina's Classic Outfit for $36.
White camisa (blouse) with short puffed sleeves and a gathered neckline. Small white trim at neckline and sleeves. Velcros up the back. The camisa comes down to about the knees.
Maroon skirt with black flower print; waistband and white trim sewn to the bottom on a white fabric strip. Velcros near the waistband.
Brown woven sash with darker brown stripes. Braided at the ends. Worn around the waist over the skirt.
White knee-length drawers with elastic at the back and a V panel at the front.
Brown soft leather moccasins that lace up and tie in the front. The laces were originally a leather string, but changed into a more shoe lace like string in the Mattel years.
1/4" wide dark turquoise ribbon. Is tied around the bottom of Josefina's braid.
Three faux yellow primroses on a shared plastic stem.
The BeForever Outfit for Josefina was available alone for $36 starting in 2014 and retired as a separately available purchase in 2018.
Josefina's accessories were not dramatically changed even with the BeForever release. Her accessories changed in 2007 when her rebozo switched from a diamond pattern to the current pattern.
A 34" long (not including fringe) by 5" wide rebozo. First edition has a subtle diamond pattern on main body, while current edition has multicolored stripes. Comes with a pamphlet discussing three other ways to wear the rebozo--wrapped around the head to cover from the sun, tied around one shoulder to carry items, and wrapped and tied around the upper body.
It is shown wrapped loosely around Josefina's arms on the cover of Meet Josefina.
A gold cross-shaped pendant on a gold chain with a faux-garnet stone in the center. Older versions close with a latch clasp, while BeForever and later versions close with interlocking hearts.
A leather sewn leather pouch that closes with a button and loop. It is designed to attach to the belt.
A white sheer handkerchief that has a Mexican style embroidered flower.
A replica of a copper jola (HOH-la) coin. The pamphlet that discusses the rebozo also discusses the jola as a coin of Mexico.
The matching outfit for children was available:
- Camisa: $32
- Skirt and Sash: $45
- Rebozo: $36
- Petticoat: $20
- Garnet Necklace: $18
The clothes were phased out around 2000.
A dress inspired by Josefina's BeForever Meet Outfit, the Desert Flower Dress, was available for $52 and retired in 2017.
Specific differences between the Pre-Mattel and Mattel versions of the doll are minimal, likely because Josefina was the last Historical Character released before the transition.
- Josefina was the first doll released with her face mold, hence the Fandom term of "Josefina Mold."
- Josefina is the only transitional BeForever Character who did not have her meet accessories updated.