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Lands' End Canvas launches spring 2012 line
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Apr '12
Temperatures are steadily rising with April showers on the way. Spring fever is officially in effect and Lands' End Canvas is celebrating the season with new styles to suit the warmer weather and a Pinterest contest calling for fan favorites. The collection offers an expansive line of easy-wearing, adaptable clothing for men and women that pushes classic American style to the limit.

"Complete with deliberate details, patterns that pop, and iconic interpretations, we hope that the Lands' End Canvas Spring 2012 Collection will surprise our customers," said Nir Patel, vice president, Lands' End Canvas. "The clothes reflect that playful attitude which complements spring's diversity and allows for individuality. We're excited with the offerings and to see what everyone pins as their favorite pieces throughout the "Spring Fling Musts" Pinterest contest."

Patel shares a few of the unique style standouts below:

Lands' End Canvas Spring Fling Musts for Her:

• Patterned Lawn Shirt: Way more relaxed than a regular button-down, this lightweight version is designed to be a kick-back kind of shirt. Borrowing the design straight from the boys but splashing the palette with an array of brilliant plaids, there's no doubting its feminine side.
• 5-inch Seersucker Shorts: The classic warm-weather staple is updated using super soft seersucker cotton with a brilliant selection of stripes for a more casual look and feel. A versatile spring break piece; dress it up with a tailored button-down, or keep it cool with a breezy tank or tee.
• Madras Dress: A go-to dress for every occasion, it's made of flowing lightweight cotton and has a full skirt that falls just above the knee. A change of shoes is all that's needed to go from day to night.

Lands' End Canvas Spring Fling Musts for Him:

• Multi-Check Poplin Shirt: Boasting a lightweight, crisp poplin fabric with careful attention to detail. This shirt is intended to have a relaxed, lived-in style and defined fit. It's a true travel staple that goes everywhere — pairs with everything, from shorts to jeans to cargos.
• Red Bicycle Tie: This statement tie is a must-pack. The casual cotton design is covered in bicycles, giving it just the right amount of modern attitude. Featuring a lone red bike at the bottom, it's a deliberate detail fitting the playful attitude of vacation.
• Everyday Chino Shorts: Spring break style calls for a great pair of shorts. These are washed for softness but made from durable cotton twill. Throw on a polo or short sleeve Oxford and grab a pair of boat shoes — you'll be good to go.

Lands' End Canvas

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