Posts from the ‘Stories’ category

72 Hours In New Orleans: From The Garden District To City Park

  “No houses could well be in better harmony with their surroundings, or more pleasing to the eye.” -Mark Twain, on the Garden District   While…

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The Most Beautiful Place in the World?

Our swim division Art Director, Holly, has been to a lot of beautiful places. She’s had the enviable task of traveling from Wisconsin to tropical places…

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A Green & White Love Story

  We recently got a fun email from customer Lea B. and thought we’d share it (with permission, of course). Lea’s dad, Roger, evidently has had…

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A Christmas Surprise From The In-Laws

My in-laws LOVE Christmas. I’m talking garland on the stairs and Christmas music playing in the house on November 1st, and two fresh-cut trees per year,…

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The Wedding Throw

  The date was April 21, 1996. My new husband and I stood behind a gift table, feeling somewhat overwhelmed by the generosity before us. We…

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#Together For The Holidays

All of us at Lands’ End think of our families as friends and our friends as family. So we’d like to introduce you to part of…

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Upcycle This: An Old Flannel Shirt Becomes A New Diaper Cover

Our Lands’ End seamstresses have spent years helping us fix and alter our styles during the hustle-bustle of photo shoots. But during our recent holiday shoot…

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Dream Big & 3D Print It!

At Lands’ End School Uniform, we’d like to give you the opportunity to share your vision for an amazing future, and maybe even win an Afinia…

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The Perils of Plaid

Theatre people are a superstitious lot – a fact that I put down to a lot of vivid imaginations in close proximity to one another. (Full…

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From The Big City To The Land Of Plenty

As a child growing up in inner city Chicago, I knew exactly where food came from. The Jewel. Or in a pinch, when my mom needed…

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