Shopping for kids clothes in Oslo?

Blafre Design Concept store and cafe, Ekeberg Oslo

I thought I’d share an email I received this morning, from one lovely reader.

Hi, I stumbled across your site while searching for information on shopping in Oslo. My husband is going over in March for work and I’m trying to find out where I can send him to buy some great scandi kids clothes (for a 2yo and baby). Can you please make any suggestions? I’m not having much luck searching online. Are department stores the best bet? Many thanks, Kate

Oslo is booming with lovely independent shops for children’s clothes. I had a quick think and replayed:

Dear Kate.
Lucky you that have a husband that are going to Oslo AND that are willing to go shopping for kids clothes! There are lots of nice independent shops around, especially in the Majorstua and Frogner area, near the Norwegian palace. Here’s a quick list:

Other shops worth mentioning in and around Oslo

Hope this helps. It’s snowing in Norway at the moment so ask him to bring enough warm clothes so he’ll enjoy his stay! x

Please not that this list is for brick and mortar shops in Oslo, they are not chosen by their appearance online. If you know of any shops that should have been included in this list, we would love to hear from you. Use the comment field to share your recommendations for fab kidswear shops in Oslo.

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5 thoughts on “Shopping for kids clothes in Oslo?

  1. Hi Sandii. You can try searching for the word dåpsklær and dåpsklær gutt. Or shop from – they are in Denmark but ship to Norway. Best of luck! Would love to know what you end up with – please share! Best, Bianca x

  2. Looking for a Norwegian infant boy’s Christening gown for late March to be shipped to Tromso. We are from Hawaii and our daughter is in Tromso. Any thoughts?

    Sandii Sheeley

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