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Best Lithuanian Sweaters Denver 2001 - Lele

For those of us unfortunate enough not to have industrious Lithuanian aunts and grandmothers, there's Lele. Local businesswoman Debra Belk imports sweaters, mittens, scarves and and assorted other items for women and children from Lithuania. The yarns, a blend of cotton and linen, are custom-dyed and then knit, crocheted or loomed by hand by a network of Lithuanian women supervised by Belk's cousin. Clothing by Lele -- the Lithuanian word for "baby doll" -- is available nationwide; in Denver, items are available at Applause and the Garment District.

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kate kaplan
kate kaplan

the skirts are out of this's 2010...i have two and would like more! let me hear from you as to where and when.....

mar knight-hall
mar knight-hall

Lele clothes are my favorite in the world. I'm so happy to wear them- they always feel amazing, beautiful designs and so well-made. For me, the highlight of the fall season is the Lele sale at the Methodist Church in Denver. Everyone should check it out!