Moms are always busy. Power moms save time outfitting their kids when they engage a retailer who can personally locate and deliver appropriate individualized children’s clothing. Whether you are shopping for your own kids or for a gift, check out these five exceptional places in Minnesota to buy clothes for toddlers.
Photo Credit: store.pacifieronline.com

Photo Credit: store.pacifieronline.com


Pacifier
219 N 2nd Street #102
Minneapolis, MN 55401
612-623-8123
www.pacifier.me

Shop in three local stores, shop the downtown outlet or shop online. This successful and growing enterprise hits the sweet spot in adorable clothing. Clothing starts with christening outfits and goes all the way to boys and girls’ large sizes. Shoppers will find one-piece outfits, shorts, pants, dresses and pajamas to name a few. In addition to the North Loop flagship store, Pacifier is located at 50th and France, on Cleveland Avenue in Highland Park and maintains an outlet in the City Center Skyway. Be sure to use the complimentary parking for the North Loop store by going to the Monte Carlo restaurant valet lot.

Kids Carousel
1975 1/2 Silver Bell Rd.
Eagan, MN 55122
651-688-3310
www.kidscarouselmn.com

While this may be just another small locally owned resale store for children’s items, it offers several attractive customer-friendly features. To begin with, clothing, equipment, books, toys and furniture are on display in a clean and organized manner and they are competitively priced. Another nice feature is that the store buys these items with cash on the spot. Sellers do not have to deal with store credit or gift certificates.

Flowering Child
1269 146th Ave. NW
Minneapolis, MN 55304
612-209-1053
www.floweringchild.com

Flowering Child provides supremely comfortable undergarments for children and infants online. All its apparel is made of an especially warm, absorbent and breathable fabric. Fashioned from an exclusive blend of pure, organic Merino wool and natural, organically produced silk, they are unlike any other product available in Minnesota markets. Dr. Ester Delhoofen established Flowering Child in 2007 to make available these garments made of a calming, temperature stabilizing, lightweight, hypoallergenic fabric. In addition, shoppers will find pajamas, leggings and socks made with these earth-friendly products.

Photo Credit: ohbabystyle.com

Photo Credit: ohbabystyle.com


Oh Baby!
3509 Galleria
Edina, MN 55435
952-928-9119
www.ohbabystyle.com
www.facebook.com

“Our niche is custom design,” Saydee Mattson, Assistant Manager, said. “Customers will want a birthday gift, like a shirt with the child’s name and birthday on it, and we can have it made at our design shop in Northeast Minneapolis. Not a lot of stores can say that.” Mattson explains that Oh Baby! can catch trends much earlier because of this and have a new product out in about a week. Find all the locally designed Oh Baby! handmade clothing at this store along with other fashionable brands for babies through pre-teens.

Related: Best Kids Clothing Stores In Minnesota

Teeny Bee Boutique
1560 Selby Ave
Saint Paul, MN 55104
612-644-2540
www.shopteenybee.com

It has only been a couple of years since Kristie Case launched this delightful little boutique in St. Paul. She filled it with everything for the baby and wonderful clothes for toddlers up to about 4-year-olds. Now, Case leads customers throughout the store showing them great gift ideas for babies and toddlers and she honors returns gracefully. Another neat feature of Teeny Bee is that parents can bring their kids to shoot down the slides and bounce on trampolines. Teeny Bee offers weekly play dates and classes where kids can enhance their love of music through song and dance.

Related: Best Baby Clothing Stores In Minnesota

Robin Johnson was born in Annandale, Minn. and graduated from Richfield High School and then the University of Minnesota where he studied Political Science, Business and Industrial Relations. A writer for Examiner.com, he also consults with a variety of organizations and individuals helping them develop and grow. His work can be found at Examiner.com.

Comments