Rebecca Knit Maxi Dress in Hot Chili - Lex & Lynne
Rebecca Knit Maxi Dress in Hot Chili - Lex & Lynne
Rebecca Knit Maxi Dress in Hot Chili - Lex & Lynne
Rebecca Knit Maxi Dress in Hot Chili - Lex & Lynne
Rebecca Knit Maxi Dress in Hot Chili - Lex & Lynne
Rebecca Knit Maxi Dress in Hot Chili - Lex & Lynne
Rebecca Knit Maxi Dress in Hot Chili - Lex & Lynne
Rebecca Knit Maxi Dress in Hot Chili - Lex & Lynne
Rebecca Knit Maxi Dress in Hot Chili - Lex & Lynne
Rebecca Knit Maxi Dress in Hot Chili - Lex & Lynne
Rebecca Knit Maxi Dress in Hot Chili - Lex & Lynne
Rebecca Knit Maxi Dress in Hot Chili - Lex & Lynne
Rebecca Knit Maxi Dress in Hot Chili - Lex & Lynne
Rebecca Knit Maxi Dress in Hot Chili - Lex & Lynne

Rebecca Knit Maxi Dress in Hot Chili

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As seen in British Vogue's January Issue, Lex & Lynne's Rebecca Maxi Dress in a vibrant Hot Chili hue is the perfect dress. The knit of this dress is tight on the bust and hips, making it easy to throw on without the need for a slip underneath. We also love layering this piece with a jet-black turtleneck and black tights to wear in the cooler months.

Inspired by Lex & Lynne founder’s world travels, our knitwear collection captures the relaxed look of resort life while investing in global communities. Lex & Lynne creates opportunity for women from the Sierra Gorda, a region located 7,509 feet above sea level in the historic mining town of Mineral de Pozos in Mexico, to fulfill their craft and sustain a livelihood. Each knit is made in the comfort of the craftswoman’s own home, by hand, surrounded by her family.

"Sophisticated and ethically-made, Lex & Lynne is committed to designing effortless styles and high quality products with thriving materials just for you." Lex

  • 100% Cotton
  • Unlined
  • Machine Washable
  • Lay Flat to Dry
  • Handmade in Mexico

the Lex & lynne difference

In honor of Lex & Lynne founder's sister, Lindsay Corry, we are donating 15% of all proceeds to help children with Juvenile (Type 1) Diabetes. Our donations will be made within the United States to counsel, mentor, and help children to cope with the disease.