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Top 5 American Girl Doll Outfits for Holiday/Christmas 2022

The holiday season is in full swing, and that means that everyone needs a cute outfit for the holidays: including your American Girl doll! Here are the top 5 outfits currently available from American Girl to get your doll, whether they are from a historical era or the modern day.

  1. Truly Me Janie and Jack Holiday Collection

This year, American Girl collaborated with clothing brand Janie and Jack for their holiday mix and match collection, which includes both formal wear for holiday parties and casual yet festive looks for a night in the winter air. These pair perfectly with American Girl's new Truly Me line of dolls! Prices in the collection vary.


2. Corinne's Ski Outfit

This year's Girl of the Year doll, Corinne Tan, lives in the snowy ski resort town of Aspen, Colorado, and she puts on this outfit whenever she wants to hit the slopes! You can buy this outfit for $40.


3. Glitzy Sequin Gown & Capelet Outfit

The newest American Girl Historical doll, Claudie Wells, has no set outfit for the holidays yet, but this modern ensemble designed by Samantha Black and inspired by Claudie's 1920s world could serve as a beautiful outfit to make sure your Claudie is the best dressed doll in your collection. You can buy this for $50.


4. Truly Me Cultural Celebrations Line

The holidays are special because everyone has a unique culture to celebrate, and these cultural celebrations outfits from Truly Me showcase these cultures in different outfits. There's an outfit for Lunar New Year, Eid al-Fitr, Hannukah, Christmas and Kwanzaa, in addition to Diwali and Dia De Los Muertos, which already passed. Outfit prices vary.


5. Julie's Christmas Outfit

Every American Girl Historical used to have a holiday outfit, but now, only a few do, including Julie Albright, who's dress highlights the festive fashions of the 1970s. The outfit costs $32.

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