Hei Moose Review

Looking for fun and funky children’s clothes with good quality fabric, sharp design and a sense of humour to boot? Say hello to Hei Moose for colourful and exciting Nordic style clothes for kids.

About Hei Moose

After having her son, Otto, in 2010, Finnish born Annika received a lot of compliments from people in the UK on the quirky Nordic clothes she used to dress him in. From this, she got the idea of opening her own children’s clothing company in the UK selling specifically Nordic styled children’s clothes. A lot of the clothes are primarily aimed at boys up to 8 years old, but there’s also some excellent girl’s products as well, not to mention a cute baby section too. The clothes are colourful, practical and well made – so they’re also excellent as hand me downs. And you should definitely keep an eye out for their organic cotton products for ethical luxury. The name of the company means “Hello Moose!” which really encapsulates the funny and friendly feel which the site is going for.

Hei Moose Collection

In the Babies area you’ll find lovely little baby rompers and playsuits with adorable patterns – many of them animal themed. There’s also little hats and gloves, as well as shoes. Clothes for older boys and girls follow a similar line, with loads of really unique cool and funky designs which are sure to appeal to children of a range of ages and genders. We especially loved the cool rainbow leggings and owl jumpers! There are also girl’s dresses and skirts available, and each section has a range of unique gift and toy ideas on offer as well. Clothing for both genders is bright and colourful with block prints, stripes and more all appearing in predominantly primary colours, making them all the more eye catching. The best part about the whole brand is that the clothes are also quite affordable, so your child can dress to impress without you needing to break the bank.

Hei Moose Delivery and Prices

The site accepts most major Debit and Credit cards – and you can also pay using PayPal. They deliver across the world, and standard delivery inside the UK costs a very modest £3.50 – free on purchases of £40 or over. For Europe, delivery is £5, and for the rest of the world it is £9.