Krickets Fall 2010 Collection
Children’s Clothing from KricketsWorld.com
Krickets goal is to offer the best style value for the best possible price. Krickets clothing means many things to those who dress children, however providing quality and durability is our main preoccupation.
A dainty collection of pink and floral prints, with lively dress, pyjama, and sweater ensembles
Feel the Country
The colors of the fall countryside come alive in spandex, denim, and twill.
Sleepy Bug Girls
Beautiful dreams to be had while asleep wearing these pretty pyjamas.
Adorable outfits with charming flower embroideries in cottons, knits, and denims.
Adorably elegant styles, purple being the principal color, with leggings, ponchos, dresses, and darling embroideries.
Stay sassy and sophisticated in these styles of brown and pink tops, skirts, tunics, and coats.
Gorgeous flower prints accompany an exquisite color palette of raspberry, eggplant, and lilac
From the fashion fueled catwalks of Paris, this collection embodies refined grace and classy elegance.
Adventure into the Canadian Arctic in Akulivik’s vibrant styles
An endearing look of casual ruggedness for frolicking in the great outdoors.
Dans le Bois
Inspired by the cute and cuddly creatures of the forest, he’ll explore the wonders of nature while looking great.
Refined and stylish, these clothes make for a dressy young chap out to impress
Krickets Company History
Mr. George Simon founded Made-To-Fit Garment Inc. in 1942. Since the start, the company has been specializing in the manufacturing of children’s clothing from sizes 6 months to 16 years. In 1962 and 1963 respectively, the two sons of George Simon, Ronald and Kenneth joined the family enterprise.
In 1966, Mr. George Simon passed away and the leadership of the company was left to his two sons, Ronald and Kenneth. In 1982, the Simon brothers recognized the need for coordinate “tops” to match the “bottoms” and began to establish Krickets as a North American brand representing value at a great price.
Although today all product lines are sourced in the Far East, this remains a Canadian line, created with a French Quebecois flair.
Most recently, the third generation of the Simon family, sons of Kenneth, Tom and Derek Simon have come into the company to carry it into the 21st century after its glorious 65 year history.
All Krickets sales have been backed by a socially conscious marketing strategy encouraging education and responsibility amongst children. A strategy embraced the world over, as the brand is distributed in eighteen countries all over the world.
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