We’re in the midst of Fall but fashion lines have started giving us a sneak peek at what’s in store for Spring 2015. Think of it as a mental escape from this chill. For Spring, Lands’ End is doing some fun things. Think shorter hemlines, slimmer inseams, jolts of color, their classic nautical themes and sleek blazers. Lands’ End is also introducing a few special projects to raise awareness for Breastcancer.org, the leading online resource for breast health and breast cancer information and support. Read on to find out about it.
Shoes at Lands’ End focus on ease and comfort. Think slip on options that come in classic shapes and colors like tan and navy. These are perfect for brisk chill days this Spring. I love the cobalt blue slip-on shoes with the elastic back. These go well with jeans and minis alike.
Lands’ End is known for their sleek coats and for Spring 2015, they didn’t disappoint. I fell in love with the details in the collection. I loved the striped lining in the navy jacket. If you think you’ve seen checkered jackets, think again with this large checkered option. It just screams casual chic. The pops of citron are just the right shot of color to complement navy. Citron is used in the midst of a print in the sleeveless shift below. It’s also done in cute shorts that are super versatile. In a lace dress, it’s even more fun. Lands’ End is introducing the Pink Thread Project, a charitable campaign to help raise awareness for breastcancer.org. You can pick one of six pink thread icons to be embroidered on any Lands’ End item (think totes, towels, cardigans or shirts). 75% of the $6 embroidering application fee will be donated to breastcancer.org. Throughout the month of October, fans of the Lands’ End can also share a photo of who or what their pink thread is dedicated to in their life. They can share it on Twitter and Instagram (@landsend) using the hashtag #PinkThread and Lands’ End will donate $1 to Breastcancer.org up to $10,000.Spring at Lands’ End promises jolts of color with their classic nautical colors in new shapes. For more information on Lands’ End, click here.