This outfit was popular for its versatility and appearance as something commonly worn by girls in the target age range at the time. It could be purchased separately for $26.
White 3/4-sleeve t-shirt with pink printed flower on front and AG logo.
Dark denim jeans with a slight flare and splits on the side. Beadwork and embroidery were on both sides; near the hip on the right side and from hip to ankle on the left.
Red windbreaker-fabric hoodie with pink, blue, and red stitched on stripes; lined in blue fabric and with a red zipper front.
Pink, blue, and purple striped socks.
Blue and white sneakers with blue velcro-closed "laces" and blue stitching. The velcro should go inside when the shoes are on the correct feet.
Magenta panties with white elastic.
Accessories were sold separately for $19.
Purple and blue vinyl bowling-bag style purse.
Miniature American Girl magazine.
Five miniature $1 bills.
Keychain with Coconut charm and key
Pretend library card.
Red vinyl bracelet with AG logo.
Spiral bound activity book "Friends Forever"; the owner could fill in questions and preferences about her doll to help encourage to give her character.
The girl's outfit was available:
- Jacket: $38
- Tee: $26
- Jeans: $36
|Meet Outfits for American Girl of Today, Just Like You, My American Girl, and Truly Me Dolls|
|1995: Mix and Match Outfit||1996: First Day Outfit||1998: Red Vinyl Jumper Outfit|
|2000: Urban Outfit||2002: Go Anywhere Outfit||2004: Ready for Fun Outfit|
|2006: I Like Your Style Outfit||2008: Star Hoodie Outfit||2010: Real Me Outfit|
|2012: True Spirit Outfit||2015: Lilac Dress||2017: Truly Me Outfit|
|2018: Truly Me Boy's Outfit|