For all you mamas out there looking for children’s clothing that goes beyond the traditional colors and designs that fill the racks today (think pink, blue, butterflies, and footballs), today’s small shop feature is for you! One of my long-time favorites Lot 801 is redefining the children’s clothing world with stylish, gender-neutral clothing for the most fashion-forward kids.

Lot 801 Organic Childrenswear

Lot 801 was started by Utah-based mama Lindsay Isakson White in 2014 after having a difficult time finding clothes for her daughter. She wanted clothing that fit her daughter’s personality, clothing that Lindsay herself would want to wear (lots of black!), and clothing that was comfortable. Since Lindsay has always been interested in fashion, she was inspired to start her own brand to design exactly what she had been looking for.

With a degree in Business and a minor in Graphic Design, Lindsay had a lot of the background needed to venture into children’s clothing, but she didn’t know how to sew. So she invested the time to teach herself by watching hours of tutorials and practicing, practicing, practicing until she finally perfected her skill. She also started designing her first prints at home and dipped into her savings to have them printed. And she did all of this while working a full-time job and being a mom. Yeah, she’s pretty much a rockstar.



One year after launching Lot 801, Lindsay took a huge leap and left her day job to focus full time on her brand. She’s driven by her supportive customers and seeing kids around the world sporting her clothes. Parents love that her clothing is made right here in the USA from 100% organic cotton and water-based dyes, so they’re safe for kids and won’t irritate their skin. And all her products and packaging are eco-friendly too.


Lindsay just recently launched her newest collection Boombox Babes, which is inspired by her love of hip-hop music (the girl knows all the lyrics to Eminem and Tupac). The line includes organic cotton leggings, scarves, beanies, and headbands in 90s-inspired prints and pastels. I’m particularly in love with the scribble dots, stars, and hexagon prints! And that Tetris print! Truly, the entire line is just so good.


(DEAL EXPIRED) // Lindsay is offering an exclusive discount code to Lot 801 for Thrifty Littles readers – take 15% off all orders through May 29th with code THRIFTY15.

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{Photos by Mia St. Clair Photography, provided by Lot 801.}