Spring is almost here! I can’t even wait for the snow to finally melt so that I can start seeing green grass and sprouting flowers. I was excited to get the opportunity to shop on the Cookie’s Kids website for some goodies for Harper’s Spring wardrobe.
I hadn’t ever heard of Cookie’s Kids before, but I was shocked with how many amazing things that they have! To see my entire shopping experience, look here.
One thing that makes the Cookie’s Kids site awesome, is their Alva Kids tool. You type in your child’s measurements and it gives you the perfect size for your child. It helps take the guess work out of online shopping. It was really helpful when I was trying to make decisions about some of the clothing I chose for Harper.
Speaking of the clothing I chose for Harper, let’s have a little look at what I did get for her! I got her this adorable fleece jacket that is even Columbia brand! I couldn’t believe how incredibly inexpensive all of the name brands were on the Cookie’s Kids site.
These printed leggings are perfect to match practically anything and they are pretty lightweight for Spring!
These cute leggings are not only the softest leggings Harper owns, but they were only $1.99! You can’t beat that deal!
There are few things cuter than a baby in a romper. This romper was less than $8 and is perfect for Spring and Summer!
I am kind of obsessed with animal prints right now. This cheetah print dress is totally trendy and very stretchy so that Harper can still crawl around in it.
The great thing about Cookie’s Kids is that they make kid’s clothes totally affordable! I was shocked to see so many name brand clothes for such affordable prices. They don’t just carry Spring fashion though, they also carry school uniforms and clothes to fit every kid’s style. There are 7 stores in the NYC area in Bronx, Brooklyn and Jamaica and you can always shop online too. You can find them on Facebook and Twitter too.
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