I love that Cookieskids.com lets you sort by gender, clothing category, size, color and price! This makes looking for specific things easy!
I immediately found a great Western style shirt that was also read. I could make it work for Valentines Day and Rodeo Days!
Unfortunately the shirt wasn't available in both boys' sizes. So I started browsing the other button down shirts available.
I found this red shirt in Quinn's size and figured I could make it work.
I ended up liking this deeper, darker red better though.
And the darker red matched this shirt/vest set that was available in Elliot's size!
Speaking of sizes, the Alva Kids feature helps you find the right size for you kiddo!
Just register and create profiles with your kids' basic measurements. Then AlvaKids will generate the best sizing recommendation for you kids.
Since I wanted to use the fancy red shirts as western wear too, I needed a few a few accessories. Cookie's Kids had quite a few belts including a couple western ones. We liked this one best!
Naturally I stopped by the clearance section to see if I could score any fabulous deals. I am always on the look out for clothes that will work for next year too!
Since Elliot usually has an abundance of clothes with Quinn's hand me downs, I usually focus on stuff for Quinn.
This shirt for only $3.99 jumped right out! Quinn wears a 6 now, but this size 7 shirt will be great for next winter!
Once the clothes arrived, we had fun dressing up!
Of course getting a picture where they were both smiling, nicely was next to impossible!
They were really excited about their cowboy clothes!
And loved acting tough like cowboys!
My biggest little cowboy.
He actually stood still long enough for me to snap extra pictures. He can't wait to wear his cowboy outfit for Rodeo days at school!
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