Best Boutique - Childrens' Clothing: Tootsie's Children's Boutique

Location: Fargo

Tootsie's Children's Boutique has been named Best Boutique - Childrens' Clothing in the 2022 Best of the Red River Valley competition.
David Samson / The Forum
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How does it feel to be named the best boutique for children’s clothing?

“It’s really exciting!” Owner McKenzie Kjos said. “I’m actually kind of in shock, but it’s really good news. Thank you to everyone who voted for us!”

What makes the children’s clothing selection at Tootsie’s unique?

“We try to bring in a wide variety of brands and price ranges so everyone can shop here,” she said. “We usually only get one or two of a size for a style, so inventory is constantly changing, which keeps things unique if you do buy something here.”

How has the new location on 32nd Avenue South helped increase Tootsie’s visibility to parents looking for children’s clothing?


“Yes; we hear a lot that this location is much easier to pop in and out of,” Kjos said.

  • Second place: Vella Kids Boutique
  • Third place: Once Upon A Child
  • Fourth place: Kenzie + Co. Kids Boutique
  • Fifth place: The Black Frame Boutique & Spa

Tootsie's Boutique is located at 4600 32nd Ave. S. Suite 100 in Fargo.
David Samson / The Forum

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