Love Like Lindsay Sweater
Love Like Lindsay Sweater
Love Like Lindsay Sweater
Love Like Lindsay Sweater
Love Like Lindsay Sweater
Love Like Lindsay Sweater
Love Like Lindsay Sweater
Love Like Lindsay Sweater

Love Like Lindsay Sweater

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A sweater full of kindness, compassion, and love, inspired by our founder's sister Lindsay Corry, who lived a life full of exactly that: kindnesscompassion, and love. This sweater is composed of untreated and undyed wool from Chile, where each strand of wool is truly unique.

Designer Alexis Corry's inspiration for her brand and collection originated from her sister, Lindsay Nicole Corry. In each style, Alexis is honoring Lindsay's memory and passion for creativity. Each Lex & Lynne style is ethically handmade in small batches, helping women in Mexico to practice and embrace their tradition and share it with the world.

  • Handmade in Mexico with Love
  • 100% Wool from Chile; Untreated, Undyed
  • Merino Wool and Cotton Detailing
  • One Size (0-8)

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 in their creative expression in coping with the disease.

"All of our knitwear is one-size and complements each person's body differently. If you need help, take a look at our Size Chart. I hope that this helps you in determining which style is a good fit for you. I promise you will love your Lex & Lynne knitwear and find versatility in every style while enjoying it's unique fit that is custom to you." Alexis Corry

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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 in their creative expression in coping with the disease.

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