If your child is really into pretend play with cooking and all things kitchen then this set may add to their imagination and create some really wonderful play times. If your child is not like the one I mentioned above you might want to pass.
I get it. The outfit is supposed to aide in a child's pretend play; fostering imagination and creativity. However, my favorite piece in this set is the apron and sadly it feels cheaply made. The material is thin and the strings attached to the apron that you'd tie around the waist are super thin. I wish the strings were wider in width and reinforced where they attach to the apron. I'm concerned it's a matter of time before they start to tear at the seam from lots of pulling by the kids.
The chef hat and glove, however, are nicely made. They seem durable due to their tight seams and thicker fabric. The oven mitten is fixed at the opening (not stretchy or elastic) so if a child has a thick wrist or is plus sized their hand may be tight going in and coming out. The oven mitt and the potholder both have fabric hooks where you could hang them up. Those hooks are sewn in tightly. The Velcro on the chef hat is long and thick and seems as though it could stay on a child's head without falling off. I put it on all of my children's heads and it fastened snug and didn't slip or droop down.
The spatula and spoon are made of a hard plastic and are not easily bent. The pink set is a true pastel pink.
My kids weren't that impressed with the chef hat or oven mitt; probably because I don't wear those things at home. We never see a cook wearing a chef hat at the restaurants we frequent. So for my kids those weren't pieces with which they could relate. The apron and potholder however was a different story. Mommy uses those things all the time, so when they do play with this set they reach for the apron first.
Overall, my children weren't that captivated by this set. They have a play kitchen and play food, plates, etc., which they play with all the time, but, this set didn't seem to add to their playtime. It became another item left on the floor for me to pick up.