Sponsored by Cookies Clothing Company
Cookies Clothing Company just celebrated their 10-year anniversary! HI Now host Kanoe Gibson met up with owner Christina Springmeier at their newest location in Ala Moana Center to see what’s next for the clothing company and check out the hottest trends this Spring.
Springmeier says shoppers can expect bright and beautiful colors this Spring, like blush, sage powder, blue and ivory. For those into prints — rejoice! Florals and stripes are back. She says some key pieces every woman should have in their wardrobe this spring are jumpsuits and rompers, as they are the go-to for every occasion.
Cookies Clothing Co. is also looking for their next model! Tag your best modeling photo with #cookiesmodelsearch, and you could be strutting your stuff in the next Cookies Clothing Co. segment on HI Now. And it gets better — you keep the outfit you model! Good luck!
Cookies Clothing Co. is also hiring at all of their locations on Oahu and Hawaii Island: Koko Marina Center, Windward Mall, Mililani Town Center, Kapolei Commons, Pearlridge Center, Kona Lanihau, Waikaloa Queens’ Market Place.
About Cookies Clothing Co.
Cookie’s Clothing Co. is focused on bringing “Fun Flirty and Affordable” clothing for all generations, and believes every woman deserves to look her best! Since Cookies Clothing Co. is a smaller company than other major retail chains, it has the freedom to select only the best in cutting edge and current fashions. Christina Cook Springmeier was born and raised in the clothing industry. Her parents, Howard and Darcy Cook, were the original co-founding partners of Bebe and Bebe Sport.
Cookies Clothing Co. is also an internet-based clothing retailer that understands the value of offering customers the best for less. Its online store means that overhead costs are low. In turn, Cookies is able to pass the savings back to the customer. Thus, the company can spend more time finding the best fashions from the world’s top designers and offer unbeatable customer service while spending less time worrying about overhead costs.