I discovered a new website for kids clothing shopping that I’m so excited to share with you! I got these adorable dresses for my girls for $22 total! Oh yes, it’s true! Cookie’s Kids is a store front that has been around since 1972 (It’s their 40th year anniversary) in the NYC area with 7 stores in the Bronx, Brooklyn, and Jamaica. In the past 5 years started up their website after a surge in school uniform sales. CookiesKids.com sells not only their store inventory, but a whole slew of other cute kids clothes!
My daughters looked at the website with me, and picked out their dresses (with a little guidance from me). What I love about these particular dresses is that they are just ONE piece. The belts are attached, but still a different layer, I love texture in clothing. Also, the shrug on the toddler dress is completely attached, so doesn’t fly open. It’s just part of the top instead of a seperate layer. The lacee and bows and bubble skirt on my older daughter I love–and the unique sleeve design.
Here is a close up on the price tags, but the dress for my younger daughter was actually marked down even more! Below is the CookiesKids.com website home page. As you can see, school uniforms, boys, girls, toys, etc. Even free shipping on $99 orders right now!
See the above sale price? $6.99 for a cute toddler dress! If you look to the right of the SIZE drop down menu, you will see a red square next to a link. If you aren’t sure what size to buy, this ALVA Kids icon will help you out.
Here is a horrible screen shot taken with my cell phone. It shows my order: I got 2 dresses, hair accessories, and socks for under $30!
My girls are thrilled about their new outfits, and I’m thrilled about the value for such cuteness! If you want to see more images from my girls photo shoot, check out my Google + album here. Also, if you do head over to CookiesKids.com use this coupon code through December 21st 2012: kristendukephotography and get 10% off your order sitewide! You can find Cookie’s Kids on Facebook or Twitter, or search Cookie’s Kids by using the hashtag #CookiesKids
I am a member of the Collective Bias™ Social Fabric® Community. This content has been compensated as part of a social shopper insights study for Collective Bias™ and Cookie’s Kids #CBias #CookiesKids #SocialFabric but all opinions are 100% my own.
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