Most-Loved Local Kids’ Clothing Brands


We’re all about buying local and supporting the world-class talent in our country. Here are some of our favourite brands, and yours, for kids’ fashion. 

Naartjie Kids

Every South African knows this brand, parent or not. Loved for their fresh fashion and bright colours, Naartjie has been making some of the best clothing for children from newborns to the age of 10 since 1989. Every year they launch up to 10 new ranges featuring new trends, colours and patterns.

Earth Child

A brand that has differentiated itself from the mass market and cares for our planet is EarthchildHaving started out in a student apartment in Cape Town in 1992, it specialises in kids’ clothing made from superior quality, 100% natural, organic cotton.

Just Chillin’

Do you consider yourself a cool mom or dad? Then why are you dressing your kids in anything else other than Just Chillin’? This funky brand was also born and bred in Cape Town and has since grown into an online retailer, making their garments available countrywide. They cater to boys 0-3 and girls 0-6 years of age.

Ackermans’ Kids

If you want to dress your kids in fashionable clothing that’s great quality without breaking the bank, then Ackermans is definitely the place to go. What’s even better is you can do your own shopping there as well. Talk about cutting shopping time in half, right?

Kids Boutique 

Got a fancy function coming up and the kids are invited? Their clothes will be the last thing you’ll have to worry about if you shop at Kids-Boutique. Offering quality formal clothing for kids from 2 to 12 years old, your little ones will be dressed in the best of the best. The Kids-Boutique range is also available online, making children’s clothing shopping so convenient and fuss-free.

Know of other great kids’ local clothing brands not mentioned above? Let us know below!

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