Update the Kids’ Fall Wardrobe with Cookie’s Kids
I get so excited and giddy when the leaves start to turn and the weather starts to cool, because it means Fall is here! One of my favorite things about Fall, (Okay, so I have many favorites), is the Fall Fashion and cute Kids Clothes that we get to change into. Breaking out the cute leggings, jackets, jeans, warm jammies and long sleeve shirts is a process though.
Because I try to be so careful with money, I don’t like to buy clothes that we don’t need, or already have. Every so often, if I find something too cute to pass up, then I will splurge, but I typically go through the kids’ fall wardrobe to assess their needs. I will then either take the kids to the store to shop for things they will wear, but also that I think are nice looking. 3 out of 4 of my kids like to have input in what they wear, and the other doesn’t really care at all. My oldest can be very picky about his clothes, yet he hates to shop, so it’s hard to find a happy medium. For him, I will often do online shopping so we don’t have to go to the store, but he can browse the online catalogs and pick some things out that he is okay with.
This Fall, my twins are in desperate need of some long pajamas, and my daughter could use a cute new outfit. I decided to shop online at Cookie’s Kids because I have heard amazing things about their prices and their clothing. I was so excited when I started shopping because I spotted a lot of great clearance buys, which is where I usually shop first. I like to get the most for my buck. I found clothing items from $1.99!!
Anytime I found something that I thought would work for the kids, I would call them over to the computer to get their approval. The twins settled on thermal long underwear, which comes in girl and boy colors. They are the perfect thickness for pajamas in our Northern California weather. They can also double as some under clothing for when we go to the snow! I just knew these pj’s for only $6.99 would show off their cute little bums, and they do! The twins don’t do this a lot, but sometimes they like to get the same outfit or pajamas, but in a different color. One chose Charcoal and the other chose Black.
When shopping for kids’ clothes at Cookie’s Kids, they have a neat feature to help ensure you are selecting the proper sizing. They sell different brands and we all know that all brands don’t necessarily size things the same. There is an Alva icon near the sizes, and if you click on it, it will tell you how to select the proper size for that particular outfit!
For little girl, we found this adorable Sugah & Honey “Big Cat Print” 3-piece outfit for just $6.99!! Can you believe that? She looks even cuter in the outfit than I could have imagined.
I just love how the back of the leopard print top looks too!
I had $30 to spend and with these 3 outfits, I came in at only $21, so I added a long sleeve white tee for just $4.99. Unfortunately they ran out of stock before it shipped, so I get to pick something else out. I also discovered promo code TMNT, which got us a free Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Stationary Kit. The pack is free with any $25 purchase, plus the promo code. The kids were so excited for that extra surprise!
As if Cookie’s Kids isn’t amazing already, they are now implementing a new credit refund policy. What this means is that if you make a purchase for let’s say $7.99, then if the price happens to drop to just $6.99 the next day, they will credit you with the $1 difference, to use on a future purchase! You can view my whole shopping experience in my Google+ Album.
What are you waiting for? Go spruce up your kids’ style for less!
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