Posts by Randy

It’s Official – This Is The Best Chocolate Chip Cookie

In honor of “National Bake Cookies Day” (for the record – I’m convinced there’s a holiday for everything), I asked our insanely talented in-house artist and…

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What Syndi Is Giving (And Hopes To Get)

We took a peek at the gift list Syndi (our VP of Kids’ Merchandising) made and pulled together a few of the styles she’s getting for…

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A Quick Trip Through Our Monogramming Facility

Our monogramming and embroidery machines can stitch your initials or a logo in just over a minute. But who has a minute to spare during the…

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What Celeste Is Giving (And Hopes To Get)

We took a peek at the gift list that Celeste (our VP of Women’s Merchandising) made and pulled together a few of the styles she’s getting…

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#Reblog – Natalie Suarez Takes The Parka To The Pier

Whenever we’re looking for someone to put together a retro outfit with one of our modern styles we turn to model and fashion blogger, Natalie Suarez.…

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#Reblog – Justin Bridges Knows When Functionality Meets Style

We’ve been friends with fashion blogger Justin Bridges for quite a while now and have a great working relationship with him. We trust him to let…

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Behind The Scenes: Friends & Family #Together For The Holidays

I think it’s safe for me to say that when all of us at Lands’ End start talking about the holidays, the first two things that…

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#Reblog – Grace Atwood & The Little Red Coat

As winter starts to elbow its way into your everyday, we recommend that you push back and pop some color amongst the sea of white. Our…

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A Nod To Nautical: The Aran Sweater

Aran Cable Turtleneck Sweater Aran sweaters were fashioned by mariners’ wives from the Aran Islands of western Ireland, who hand-knit them from unscoured wool sheared from…

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A Nod To Nautical: The Cowichan Sweater

Cowichan Zip Cardigan The indigenous Cowichans of Vancouver Island had never seen sheep until they were introduced to the island in the 1850s. But by the…

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