This post was created in collaboration with Colorado Co-Op. As always, all opinions expressed are my own.
I admit, I do a lot of online shopping. It’s not that I don’t enjoy the act of shopping, its just that not a lot of stores, here in Colorado Springs, carry the brands I like to buy. There is, however, one store I can always count on to bring it with the designer goods, and that is Colorado Co-Op.
Colorado Co-Op has been a long standing favorite of mine, here in the Springs. So, it’s only natural to add them to my list of #SpringsFavorites. I could spend hours perusing through their designer goods, with brands ranging from BB Dakota and Claire V to Nicole Miller, Theory and Misa. (I fell in love with this Misa dress I have styled below!!) They have a full range of brands, including a ton that won’t break the bank.
Over the long weekend, I spent some time doing some damage in the Co-Op. The owner, Chris, gave me a private in-store shopping experience. (Allowing me the perfect opportunity to drop some gift-hints at the boy.)
At the top of my list, this cute little bracelet clutch.
Misa Dress, Bracelets and Clutch available at Colorado Co-Op
If you’re in the market for a great pair of designer jeans, Colorado Co-Op is one of the few places in town, that carry them. They have brands like Citizens of Humanity, Mother, and 7 For all Mankind.
Sanctuary Camo Sweater, Citizens of Humanity Jeans and Bag available at Colorado Co-Op
What I didn’t realize about the Co-Op, is that they also carry Kiehl’s. I almost always have to order my Kiehl’s products online or pick them up in Denver, so I was thrilled to discover they carried one of my favorite skincare lines. Their midnight recovery cream is my jam!
Beyond amazing clothes and accessories, there are plenty of great gift options to pick up in store. Delightful candles, cute ring holders, even a collection of bulbs to plant in your vases.
If you’re in the Colorado Springs area, and you are looking for a great place to shop for current trends and designer pieces, you definitely need to check out Colorado Co-Op.