Quinn loved his super hero shirts so much that shopping there again for his Back to School clothes made perfect sense!
Before I went shopping on my laptop, I went sorting in Quinn’s dresser! We are really trying to declutter the whole house and that includes our clothes. So I sorted through Quinn’s clothes into three piles: keep, donate and Elliot.
With a fresh perspective on Quinn’s clothing situation, I opened up my laptop and headed to CookiesKids.com to seeto see what I fun clothes I could find him for Kindergarten!
The first stop for me is ALWAYS the clearance section. I quickly sorted the clearance by gender, size and style and found a great pair of green and gray Puma shorts!I wanted to coordinate all the new clothes together so we could mix and match outfits. Sticking with super heroes and now the color green, I found these 4 pieces that worked really well together!
I didn’t let Quinn help me shop, so he was super excited to tear open the package when it arrived and see what I picked out.
What do you think? Did he like them? I think maybe he did!
I love that the 4 items I bought can mix and match to create 4 outfits! I spent just over $36 shipped which is a good deal. However there is also a promotion right now for a free 2-year subscription to Parents magazine with any order of $30+. If you don’t want the subscription you can request refund of $9.99! That will make my order just over $26! That’s a total deal!
Have you started Back to School shopping yet?
If not, might I suggest giving CookiesKids.com a look? They have lots of fashionable clothes as well as school uniforms. Plus all orders ship for $5.
Did you know that Cookie’s Kids are celebrating their 40th anniversary this year? All of their B&M stores are located in New York but luckily for us they opened their website 5 years ago. For more information about Cookie’s Kids follow them on facebook, and twitter. And to see more of my shopping adventure, check out my Google+ story.
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