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Like many a good startup, Lot801 (pronounced “lot eight o’ one”) has grown from the kitchen table of its founder, Lindsay Isakson White, who began work on the clothing line in 2014. Then a new mom, she developed the brand after asking herself such questions as “Who says girls have to wear pink and boys have to wear blue?” and “Why can’t the little ones sport black?” She especially wanted to make the clothing gender neutral, as well as eco-friendly.

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The slouch beanies come in one size, to fit little ones aged nine months to four years. The matching infinity scarves will fit children from six months to five years-old. White says the gauge of the organic cotton is “thin enough to wear in the spring and heavy duty enough for cold weather temperatures.” Designs include a classic smiley face, Tetris pieces, bold stars and a honeycomb pattern, and the range features plenty of black mixed with pastel shades.

Lot801 clothing, which also includes T-shirts, leggings and headbands, is available online, with items handmade to order in Salt Lake City. Regular pricing is $22 for the beanies and $24 for the scarves, and if you sign up for the Lot801 newsletter, you can get 20% off your following order.

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