Cookie’s Kids Announces New Line of School Uniforms for Boys and Girls

New York-based clothing outlet chain keeps keen eye on fashion while offering impressive range of discount school uniforms for both boys and girls; brand recognized as world’s largest kids’ department store and Number One School Uniform Headquarters in U.S.

New York, United States - March 8, 2018 /PressCable/ —

Established in Jamaica, Queens, New York in 1975, Cookie’s Kids has become the world’s largest kids department store chain featuring everything from discount school uniforms and fashion brands to infant items and toys for all ages, and has also been branded the Number One School Uniform Headquarters in the United States by Crain’s Magazine. Today, Cookie’s has expanded to include a seven-store emporium that covers the Bronx, Brooklyn and Queens, its largest store occupying over 70,000 square-feet of retail space.

“At Cookie’s, we understand what it means to serve and appreciate our customers,” says a Cookie’s spokesperson. “We are committed to helping customers find the perfect school uniform, and have been doing so since the late ‘90s when we first began adding uniforms to our inventory. It was the successful sales of uniforms that ultimately carved a path for the founding of CookiesKids.com in 2007, which initially sold only uniforms and eventually the entire Cookie’s Kids stock.

“Beyond the huge selection of quality kids clothes being offered, the Cookie’s Kids school uniform line is evolving and changing to continue meeting the needs of those that have kept us in business for 40 years.”

Uniforms and clothing for boys as offered by Cookie’s include pants, polo shirts, sweaters, shorts, button-down and collared shirts, outerwear, blazers and gym wear, while girls selections include skirts, jumpers, shorts/skorts, sweaters, pants, polos and other tops and more. The stores also carry a full range of accessories for uniforms such as socks and shoes, ties, belts, undergarments and even backpacks, all at the most competitive prices.

Cookie’s boasts an impressive range of discount school uniforms for both boys and girls, and for all ages and grade levels, including difficult sizes such as boys husky and girls plus-sizes. Shoppers can browse based on size, style and color, and parents can even enter their kids’ school source code online to find the exact items they need.

Additionally, Cookie’s representatives are keeping a keen eye on the top school uniform trends in 2018, with the latest wardrobe staples making the grade for the new school term encompassing blazer and tie combos, tartan and patterned knits for girls, wider choices for girls with more comfortable skorts and modest leggings and logo’d trousers and skirts.

Cookie’s representatives are finding that schools converting to academies are using the opportunity to revamp their uniforms, a move that they view as “impacting the school’s reputation and perception in the community.

Contact Info:
Name: Al Falack
Organization: Cookie's Kids
Address: 510 Fulton Street, Brooklyn, NY, New York 11201, United States
Phone: +1-718-710-4577

For more information, please visit http://www.cookieskids.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 310525

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