Top Edmonton shops with summer clothes for kids

For kids, summer means long sunny days running through sprinklers, playing in the sand and tumbling about in the grass (when they’re not glued to a screen, that is). Summer clothing for kids should keep your little ones cool, comfortable and protected from the sun, and are hopefully durable enough to last the whole season. These stores will help you outfit your kids during the hot months. [Image]

Head Shoulders Knees And Toes

12418 102 Ave NW, Edmonton, AB T5N 0M1

A family-owned children’s boutique owned by three moms surely has what a parent is looking for when it comes to summer clothing for kids. Comfy and slip-proof sandals and watershoes? Check. Watershirts and swimwear with built-in sun protection? Check. A variety of stylish casual wear? Check. HSKT carries a wide range of clothing, shoes and accessories from baby to tween.

Max & Maude

160-11 Athabascan Ave, Sherwood Park, AB T8A 6H2

For a huge selection of clothing, check out Max & Maude, which carries everything from infant wear to clothing for teens. The owners do their research and can tell you where each product is made and provide helpful tips. Find a variety of sunhats, sunglasses from Baby Banz, eco-friendly clothing from Canadian brand North Kinder and glow-in-the-dark summer shoes by Native.

Campers Village Inc

10951 170 St NW, Edmonton, AB T5P 4V6

If you’re planning to go camping this summer, head over to Camper’s Village, where you’ll find a selection of kids and toddler clothes designed to survive the rugged outdoors. You’ll find water-proof rain pants, durable jackets and sun hats that provide good shade for hours of outdoor play.

Hansel and Gretel

8882 170 Street NW, Edmonton, AB T5T 4J2

This independently-owned children’s boutique in West Edmonton Mall provides a wide range of clothing for infants to teenagers with a huge selection of brand-name activewear, outerwear and footwear. You’ll find brands such as Desigual, Hugo Boss, Diesel, DKNY, Deux/Deux and Under Armour.

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