Spring has sprung… depending on where you live! Will winter be done already?!

It’s starting to get warmer outside which means packing away the boots and parkas and shopping for spring clothing!

H&M’s kids’ spring collection is exciting and full of fun and positive energy. The Conscious Collection has more sustainable materials such as organic cotton and allows the kids to be kids in their own way – playful, colourful and charming!

For girls, there are cute cropped trousers in green and pink – pleated skirts and dresses in organic prints and chic ballerina shoes.

Boys fashions are relaxed and preppy – chinos, shorts, shirts and cardigans in summery pink, blue and beige.

 H&M kids spring 2013

H&M kids spring 2013

H&M kids spring collection

H&M kids spring collection

H&M kids spring collection

H&M spring 2013 for kids


See the digital catalogue of the Conscious Collection online here – it includes a coupon for 20% off purchases from March 21 to April 7, 2013.

One lucky reader will win a $150 gift card to H&M to shop for their children!

To enter fill out the form below. Good luck! Open to Canada only.

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Maria Lianos-Carbone is the author of “Oh Baby! A Mom’s Self-Care Survival Guide for the First Year”, and publisher of amotherworld.com, a leading lifestyle blog for women.


  1. Angela Mitchell Reply

    I like to look for pieces that can carry through spring summer and fall until my daughter grows out of the clothes. We also look for items that are age appropriate — I like my daughter to look like the little girl she is:)

  2. I look for bright colours and something that will be a staple in her clothing

  3. I look for clothes that aren’t too grown up for my daughter. Also breathable because she’s very active.

  4. Unique clothes in fun colours that look comfortable and durable, and don’t feature branded characters

  5. I look for clothes that have good lines, detail in the outfit. ie, sash, buttons, darts, pleats those extras that give that tailored look

  6. Karla Sceviour Reply

    Since my son is now a teen,he likes to pick out his own clothes.fashion trendy,cool and in style! 🙂

  7. Tammy Dalley Reply

    I look for cool comfortable clothing for my boys! Light colors

  8. My sporty boys need lightweight, comfortable activewear witha stylish edge

  9. I look for items that fit my children’s personalities, also I look for great value for my dollar – LOVE H&M!

  10. Bright colours for the kids. After a cold winter, I like bright coloured clothes on the kids for spring.

  11. Arjun Rudra Reply

    Really soft and comfortable fabric is at the top of the list when looking for kids garments. For spring specifically, look for bright colors.

  12. holly messana Reply

    I always look for clothing that can be worn for most part of the year, not just for spring. but you have to have some items that are bright and colorful just for spring

  13. Fun bright colours and items that can be layered. it’s hot outside but cold in our apartment!

  14. Nichol Perez Reply

    Quality and moveable soft clothing not stiff with fun colors, elastic waists, roomy, and worn next year as well. Patterns and excellent prices.

  15. I look for bright and colorful. Also elastic waists are a must since I have some skinnies in my house, and nothing ever fits

  16. I don’t look for trends, I look for practicality. I leave the trends for the retailers to figure out for me.

  17. Becky Richied Reply

    I look for trends that will mix well with the last years and other items in the closet.

  18. Brenda Penton Reply

    I haven’t really looked much into trends for the kids. I buy what they like for the most part.

  19. Lori Bazan Reply

    I look for bright colours and often let my children lead the way

  20. Comfort is my first priority. Otherwise, I love buying bright colours and fun patterns for spring.

  21. I love looking for lace pieces for my daughter and classic solids and stripes for my son. Thanks for the chance to win.

  22. angie smith Reply

    i love clothing that’s easy to mix and match, patterns for example that are not TOO bold will mix well with others

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