Tomorrow's Easter, and that means if you celebrate it, you're forced to wear spring dresses. But who cares about human dresses when we can use this opportunity to look at the history of American Girl Of Today/Just Like You/My American Girl/Truly Me spring dresses?
The first American Girl of Today spring dress was the Periwinkle Dress and Hat. It released in 2000, retired in 2003 and cost $24.
2001 brought the Spring Flower Outfit. It also retired in 2003 and cost $22.
2002's outfit was the Flower Garden Outfit, which retired in 2004 and cost $24.
2003 brought the Fancy Flowers Outfit, which retired in 2005 and cost $24.
2004's outfit was the Garden Party Outfit, which retired in 2005 and cost $25.
The Butterfly Brocade Outfit released in 2005 and retired in 2006. It cost $24.
In 2006, the Embroidered Party Dress was released. It cost $26 and retired in 2008.
The Flower Garden Dress I was released in 2007 and retired in 2008. It cost $26.
2008's dress was the Springtime Sundress, which cost $28 and retired in 2010.
2009's dress was the Spring Party Outfit, which cost $28 and retired in 2010.
2010's dress was the Petal Pink Outfit II, which retired in 2011 and cost $28.
2011's dress was the Fancy Occasion Dress, which retired in 2013 and cost $36.
2012's dress was the Petals and Posies Dress, which retired in 2013 and cost $28.
2013's dress was the Sweet Spring Dress, which cost $30 and retired in 2015.
2014's dress was the Double Bow Dress, which cost $30 and retired in 2016.
2015's dress was my personal favorite, the Shimmer and Lace Party Dress, which released in 2015 and retired in 2017. It cost $30.
2016's dress was the Spring Breeze Dress Set, which retired in 2018 and cost $32.
2017's dress was the Bright Blooms Dress, which retired in 2019 and cost $28.
2018's dress was the Sunny Day Dress, which costs $28.
Finally, 2019's dress is the Simply Spring Outfit, which costs $28.
Which outfit's your favorite?