Get light, feminine and soft looks for Spring!
Sponsored by Cookies Clothing Co.
Spring is just around the corner, and if you’re looking to add some color to your wardrobe and move out those dark winter colors, look no further than Cookies Clothing Company! HI Now host Kanoe Gibson is at the Koko Marina store to get a look at some upcoming trends for the season.
“We love Spring because the winter is always so heavy and dark, and Spring is light, feminine and soft. So we’re really excited about our new arrivals coming in,” says owner Christina Springmeier. The Koko Marina location is especially close to her heart because it’s the first Cookies store she ever opened.
This Spring, check out the tropical printed maxi dresses from Cookies. The best part? There are pockets! The style is great for shorter customers and is a great transition piece from Winter to Spring, featuring a soft palette. Next on the trend list is a Cookies must-have: The flutter-sleeve mini dress. This piece you’ll be able to find year-round in varying colors and prints. Finally, don’t miss the baby doll jumpsuit with pockets, which also comes in several colors.
To make room for the new arrivals, Cookies Clothing Company is having a special promotion: From now until March 1, just say Spring 2020, and you’ll receive 20 percent off your purchase!
Looking for a particular style, but can’t find it? Phone orders are always welcome: 808-762-3570. Sign up for the newsletter at cookiesclothingco.com and get 10 percent off your first purchase!
Cookies Clothing Co. at Koko Marina Center
7192 Kalanianaʻole Hwy, Honolulu, HI 96825
P: (808) 396-2665
10 a.m. – 7 p.m. Monday – Saturday
11 a.m. – 6 p.m. Sunday
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.