Since these are beach-themed they'll be fairly easy to review. First outfit is about as simple as they come: it's a bathing suit with the bare necessities for spending an afternoon on the beach.
the pink and black dress was too good to last.
In addition to the shoes Mattel included a pair of sunglasses that are a different shade of pink than the shoes...
The second outfit is more of a landlubber style.
Last piece is the tie-in to the first outfit: another puppy.
Oopsie, I forgot to take Sherralee's jointed arms. These joints mean that she may be able to hold her puppy.
Well, she can, but it looks awkward. In truth Sherralee's elbows are a little too loose to hold this dog properly. If I sit the doll down it'll probably go better.
Okay, last outfit. This is the only one that doesn't have a puppy. It has the pink dolphin instead.
Blue, white, and black, with a blue heart framing two pink dolphins on the chest.
Lastly, that dolphin.
'Nuff chatter, let's put this on Cassandra, whom I could easily picture as a snorkeler.
Early June often brings the onset of hot weather, though the way it's been in southern Missouri lately makes me wonder if we're not transitioning into a danged rainforest, with the rain and the humidity being what it's been. Oh Lord, don't tell Greedypeace that, or they'll start up another stupid anti-Barbie campaign. But anyway, by sheer coincidence I happen to have two other new swimsuit sets ready for review, and they'll present an interesting contrast to what I've got in this current review. The new Dolphin Magic outfits are perfectly acceptable little playthings, but what you see is what you get...and there ain't a lot in those packages!