There are four outfits in this line and I had already gotten one from Walmart a long time ago for 3 bucks I think. I skipped the green dress because even at $2.08 I wasn't feeling it and the shoes in the pack were similar to ones I already have.
First up is the coat. This is very well made and detailed. I don't have a single complaint about it. Even the boots are nice. The belt strap does not come out of the buckle. There is velcro underneath it and it fastens to the strap on the opposite side.
I only have 1 of each outfit so I whipped out the tripod so I could get some side-by-side comparison of how they look on a Monster body (taller doll). I had to take the Monster hands off to get the coat on, but other than that, it's a nice fit. I changed the Bratz's shoes so the girls looked similar.
There used to be a little polka dotted bow tie on this but I yanked it off. I feel like this is too short on the Monster, but it's actually falling in the same spot on their thighs. Still, it looks less "naughty school girl" on the Bratz.
I love how the "school" outfit looks under the coat. It makes it rather smart and stylish. I rubber banded the blue sleeves to her wrists before I put the coat over it or the blue sleeves would have bunched into the coat. She looks like a junior reporter running to a scoop.
I'm calling this a ski-bunny jumper because otherwise I don't understand its concept. It will not fit a Monster body. Monsters have much longer torsos than Bratzs so the jumper gets stuck at the Monster's hoo-hoo and wont go over her shoulders.
The jumper has a huge faux zipper in front of it that is really stiff. I like the boots, in particular, the fang pointed heels. The shorts versus long sleeves is really throwing me off. I still don't get it. Maybe it's pajamas.
Oh, well, the doll likes it, especially after I took that unnecessary zipper off. She says, "It's fun."
"Don't mind her! This outfit is awesome!"