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September 3, 2009

Exsqueeze me? A bakin powder?

Filed under: Uncategorized — sashyjane @ 9:38 am

When I think Lands’ End, I think of this ridiculous vest/shorts ensemble I had in 2 different colors (taupe and olive to be exact) in the sixth grade.  I think of purple bookbags with somebody’s name embroidered on them. I think of coats so thick that scientists in Antartica would find them too toasty.  I don’t think of this.

landsendWay to step up your game, LE.  Your new Fall/Winter line is full of simple classics that put one in the mood to go for a horseback ride in the English countryside…


…  a stroll in New England


… a Sunday drive admiring the Fall leaves


… antiquing in Vermont


… or tailgating before an SEC game


There is one design I wish they’d left out of the catalog…

landsend2landsend3Oof. Those are atrocious! I cannot think of a single person who would look good in these.  Ew. They’re so teenage girl with the choppy haircut and graphic tee and an unfortunate muffintop trying to express herself bad! But otherwise… Nicely played, Lands’ End.  Nicely played indeed.



  1. as usual, you make me laugh! I couldn’t agree more, however.

    Comment by Tina Niday — September 3, 2009 @ 9:57 am

  2. hahahahaha about the graphic tee muffin top! and do you think those are possibly a poly-blend? yuck!

    But other than that, this is so last fall JCrew of them, which is a good thing, indeed! LOVE the outfit with the boots and skinny jeans!!!

    Comment by Susie — September 16, 2009 @ 8:35 am

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