When Léonie's family visits her tante and oncle's cabane à sucre during maple sugar season, they often help out with the traditional entertainment for the guests. For this, Léonie wears an outfit like her ancestors might have worn over 300 years ago. Léonie's journal pages include detailed information about the history and traditions of the pioneer outfit.
This highly detailed, multi-piece outfit features top of the line fabrics, a fully lined mantalet (jacket), and a bonus Maplelea hanger. The snap on the scarf and velcro on the back of the jacket make it easy to put on, while maintaining the authentic appearance of this historically accurate outfit.
Shown on KL1 Léonie doll sold separately.
- chemise (long under blouse)
- blue mantalet (jacket)
- white scarf
- long striped skirt
- shoes with embroidered buckles.
- collectible journal page
- blank journal page
- Maplelea hanger