- Face Mold: Josefina Mold
- Skin: Light
- Brows: Straight
- Hair: Long blonde, straight, no bangs, center part
- Julie comes with a thin braid on the right side of her hair.
- Eyes: Dark brown.
Julie's meet outfit is an example of what many girls wore in the 1970s. It had become fashionable for women and girls to wear pants casually in school and other settings. Clothing was more "natural" and less stiff and formal than previous eras; major fashions were bell-bottomed pants and platform shoes. This was the first era where denim pants were considered fashionable for everyday wear and not only as work or casual pants.
After the launch of BeForever, the set was sold as Julie's Classic Outfit for $36.
Multicolored striped long sleeved turtleneck.
White, loosely worn peasant-style blouse with a "crinkle" to the fabric, short bell sleeves, and blue and bronze embroidery on the front yoke.
Two-toned bell-bottom jeans. The outside of each leg and the back of the jeans are a darker denim, while the inside of each leg is a light denim.
Braided leather belt with pony beads knotted onto the ends.
Tan-colored sandals. They originally had a cork bottom, but were soon changed to faux-cork. Elastic bands help keep them on.
Pink panties with a printed butterfly.
The BeForever Outfit for Julie is available alone for $36.
Purple crocheted beanie-style cap. Flower design.
Faux-suede shoulder bag purse. Flower stamps on the front. Snap clasp.
Gold chain necklace with "Julie" written in script. Clasp back.
A replica of a Bicentennial quarter; this was part of a series of commemorative quarter, half-dollar, and dollar coins issued in 1975 and 1976 to celebrate the 200th anniversary (Bicentennial) of the United States. Printed to resemble a coin printed from the San Francisco Mint, which was still in operation.
An outfit and accessory set inspired by Julie's BeForever Meet Outfit was available:
- Peace Petals Tee: $32
- Tie-Dye Belted Skirt: $38
- Flower Power Leggings: $24
- Crocheted Flower Hat: $16
- Tie-Dye Tote: $28