Beautiful kids clothes and swimwear from Roxy
Roxy produces everyday clothes for kids and teenagers. The clothes are inspired by the surfer culture and the clothes are both functional, beautiful, and colourful. Roxy offers something for everyone, and the swimwear ensures that kids always look and feel good on the beach and in the swimming pool.
Roxy is a brand from the Quiksilver Group and the brand was started with the presentation of a collection of swimwear for women in 1990. The collection was successful, and the demand was great immediately. The following year, Roxy published a collection of sportswear that was also well received on the market. In 1992 the first collection of jeans and winter clothes was released.
Roxy was the first authentic surf brand for women and girls, which earned the brand a lot of attention. Soon, other brands followed Roxy's initiative. In 1993, the popular Roxy logo was born which is a heart-shaped version of the Quiksilver logo. In 1994 Lisa Andersen became the first member of Roxy and she is probably the most famous woman in surfing to this day.
Roxy holds annual surf competitions for women and in 1996 Roxy Girl was released which was a collection for girls aged between 7 and 16 years. In the late 90's, Roxy was well known and loved by girls and women around the world.
Today, Roxy is a global brand that offers clothes for kids and adult women with active lives. ''Daring, confident, natural beauty, funny, lively: Roxy''.
Buy new clothes from Roxy in our shop
Our range includes lots of kids clothes and shoes and no matter what style your kid has, you will most likely find new nice clothes for your kid.
Feel free to browse the other clothes here in our online store to find inspiration from other products for your kid. And don't forget to see our Roxy sale.
Tips for buying kids clothing
If your kid is still growing, it can be a good idea to buy kids clothes in a size up. It is not comfortable for your kid to wear clothes that are too small regardless of if the clothes are from Roxy or any other brand.
It is therefore common for parents to buy clothes in for example a size 56 even if the kid only wears a size 50. This also helps when it is time to move up a size as you already have some clothes in the wardrobe that will fit your little one.