Posts from the ‘Style’ category

#Reblog – “The Style Editrix” Is Warming Up

You may think wearing a wool coat in LA is a bit much, but fashion and beauty blogger Ashley Fultz (also know as The Style Editrix)…

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Seams Plausible: If It’s Good Enough For The Army…

  A semi-regular column answering questions about clothing.     Last week, reader Rich Pond-Blue wrote in asking, “When it comes to outerwear, should I choose…

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#Reblog: “Dallas Shaw” Senses A Pattern

Fashion illustrator, brand collaborator and blogger extraordinaire, Dallas Shaw recently took our patterned chambray shirt and slim jeans out for a day running errands. Check out…

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Made Better: The Iconic Pea Coat

First worn by naval sailors in the early 19th century, the pea coat has solidified itself as the essential coat that defines modern American style, and…

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Seams Plausible: Get Down!

  A semi-regular column answering questions about clothing.     Reader Rich Pond-Blue writes in asking, “When it comes to outerwear, should I choose down or…

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#Reblog – “My Style Pill” Takes Seattle In Stripes

  Fashion blogger, Christine Cameron, took our new jeans and chambray shirt for a walk up to the top of Queen Anne Hill in Seattle to…

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Shop Your Favorite @landsend Instagram Styles

  Like one of the pics on our @landsend Instagram page? Wish you could buy the style immediately? Well, now you can. Simply touch the blue…

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Seams Plausible: How Many…How Long…How Many…

  A semi-regular column answering questions about clothing.     Many of the questions we get here at the Seams Plausible desk have to do with…

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#Reblog – “Dapper Lou” Dresses Like A Scholar

From fashion and travel to culture and lifestyle, Brooklyn native Lougè Delcy has an amazing sense of style that’s only trumped by his ability to create stunning…

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Seams Plausible: The A,B,Cs Of The Legendary Pea Coat

  A semi-regular column answering questions about clothing.     Regular reader Rich Garnet writes in to ask, “Why is it called a pea coat?” This…

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