Yesterday, I took Selah and Cainan out for a photo shoot in their new Valentine's Day outfits from CookiesKids.com. They've always been close and had a lot of fun being silly together.
I had the opportunity to visit CookiesKids.com for the first time last week and was impressed. I'm planning to go back and purchase several things for the kids when our tax returns come in.
Cookie's Kids is celebrating their 40th year of business. What started in 1972 as a toy shop in Queens has grown to a retail (Cookie's Kids have seven stores in the NYC area in Bronx, Brooklyn and Jamaica) and online business that offers clothing, shoes, accessories, school uniforms, and, yes, toys.
Besides all the great clothes I spent a very long time perusing the other night, something that I thought was really cool about their site was this Alva Kids sizing app. I had the option of entering in my kids' body type information, as well as measurements, and it gave me an appropriate size recommendation. What a great tool! For more about my shopping experience, browse through my Google+ album.
I was really impressed by the prices I saw on the site. For instance, this 4-piece vest set is only $19.99! CookiesKids.com has a great selection of boys suits, as well as nice dress shirt sets like this one I bought for Cainan:
He's so proud of the way he looks in it that he's worn it to three functions so far!
When I was shopping for their clothes, I wanted to find things that went well together so we could get some cute pictures.
CookiesKids.com's large selection of girls dresses makes it hard to choose just one, but my favorite of all is this one I bought Selah:
It is so elegant and feminine. It reminds me of something from the Titanic. Just beautiful!
Happy Valentine's Day!
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