The Mix and Match Outfit as seen on what appears to be Just Like You 6 with writing books.

The Mix and Match Outfit was the first meet outfit for the American Girl of Today line. It was introduced with the debut of the line in 1995, then replaced by the First Day Outfit in 1996.


This outfit has several variations due to manufacture by different factories. It was not generally available for purchase separately as it was offered with the first dolls in the line; however, for a short time the outfit was offered during a clearance sale in limited quantities.


Oversized white button down oxford style shirt. Five small white buttons; four placed to look as if shirt is buttoned, and one at collar. Velcro at wrists. Some shirts have working buttons or snaps at front, but most shirts close with velcro.



Magenta T-shirt.

Short-sleeved magenta t-shirt. Velcros up the back.


Knit magenta leggings. Elastic waist.



Reverse of Vest.

Denim and print reversible vest. Plaid trim at edge. Denim side has AGoT logo patch on left breast and plaid faux pocket flap on right. Print side has AGoT logo on magenta print with orange swirls.


Black suede velvet ballet flats. Ribbon trim. Black sole.

AGoT Black Suede Flat Note

Card packaged with dolls that came with Mary Jane Flats.

For a period of time, some dolls came with plastic Mary Jane shoes like Samantha's and Molly's because of manufacturing defects with the black suede flats. Dolls were packaged with a card explaining the issue and offering a free replacement to be sent after February 1, 1996 (around the release of the next meet outfit, the First Day Outfit).


Magenta hair scrunchie.


Magenta underpants. White elastic waistband with white bow trim. Serged edges. Made of the same fabric as the shirt and leggings.

Mini Grin Pins

Ten mini Grin Pins.

Book Writing Kit

Six-book writing set in the design of the Historical central series.



Mix and Match Accessories.

The accessories, sold as the Girl of Today Accessories, were available as a separate purchase for $20 or in a bundle with the doll for a slight discount.


Denim bucket style hat. Plaid trim. Lined with AGoT print in the brim. Front has attached plaid bow and sunflower.


Silver necklace with AGoT girl logo pendant.


Miniature copy of the March/April 1995 edition of American Girl Magazine.


Three miniature $1 notes.


Yellow paper library card. Text:

Pleasantville Public Library
Name: ______________________
Present this card each time you borrow materials.
100 First Street
Pleasantville, USA


Blue lunch ticket card. Two detachable tickets. Line for writing name.


Black wallet purse. Crackled vinyl. Clear pocket for ID card. Internal pockets. Lined with AGoT print (like on vest reverse). Thin shoulder strap. Snap closure.

Mini Grin Pins

Ten mini Grin Pins.

Dress Like Your Doll

The child-size outfit was available:

  • Great White Shirt: $18 (later increased to $20)
  • AG T-Shirt (long sleeved shirt with AG Logo): $14
  • In-Vest: $28
  • Love'Em Leggings: $12
  • Funday Hat: $12

Meet Outfits for American Girl of Today, Just Like You, My American Girl, and Truly Me Dolls
1995: Mix and Match Outfit1996: First Day Outfit1998: Red Vinyl Jumper Outfit
2000: Urban Outfit2002: Go Anywhere Outfit2004: Ready for Fun Outfit
2006: I Like Your Style Outfit2008: Star Hoodie Outfit2010: Real Me Outfit
2012: True Spirit Outfit2015: Lilac Dress2017: Truly Me Outfit
2018: Truly Me Boy's Outfit2020: Sparkle and Shine Outfit2020: Casual and Cool Outfit
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