Tuff Cookie Clothing Company: Kids’ Style

Tuff Cookie Clothing Company: Kids' StyleTuff Cookie Clothing Company is one of those firms you just want to see succeed! Designers at Tuff Cookie create beautiful, handmade fleece hats and jackets for babies, toddlers and children. These gorgeous creations are whimsical, often highlighted with three dimensional felt flowers or even Scandinavian style “braids!”

I first fell in love with these gorgeous pieces almost 10 years ago on a trip to Cape Cod. My children were small and each received a unique hat – I was continually asked where I got them by teachers at school, moms at sports, and even strangers shopping in the mall!

Now, the company has grown and expanded tremendously, so you won’t need to make a trip to the Cape to get one. Search the firm’s website for a store near you.

But, wait. There’s more! Owners Anastassia and Brian Gonye have added a great line of women’s hats for Fall! These are just as expertly crafted, but are available in (slightly!) mire subdued colors. They still offer trademark flowers, buttons, and other embellishments, but these quirky hats are definitely for mamma! Visit Tuff Cookie to see the full line.

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Susan Said… WHAT?! is your guide to a life filled with style. From must-have fashion and accessories, to gorgeous gardens, stunning interiors, plus the latest products for parties, weddings, and events of all kinds. Susan Conforte McNeill is an author, entrepreneur, and co-founder of the literacy organization Success Won’t Wait! Susan Said…WHAT?! was named one of the Top 50 Beauty Blogs in the World by RebateZone.com.

PHOTO: Product image used with permission by Tuff Cookie Clothing Company.

DISCLAIMER: No financial compensation was received in exchange for this post. Regardless, I only recommend products or services that I believe will be good for my readers.

 

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