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Lands' End new range offers playful polka dots
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Oct '13
As fall begins and closets transition, it is time to layer up, cover up and accessorize; but that doesn’t mean saying goodbye to all of the whimsy fun of summer fashion. Lands’ End has curated a collection full of colorful patterns and playful polka dots in a range of pieces for any style preference or occasion.

“When designing for Lands’ End, we always like to go back to our classic roots; polka dots are definitely tried and true,” noted Sara Dennis, Lands’ End SVP of Design. “Prints are a trend we are seeing at the macro level but we wanted to offer simple, classic patterns that would be easy for our customers to incorporate into their everyday style.”

Flirty Hues, Soft to the Touch and Personalized

Whether made with premium Supima cotton or a lightweight cotton blend, the Lands’ End fall collection offers an array of items in polka-dot prints that are soft and comfortable to wear. The retailer is also offering the timeless print in many updated, bright colors to keep it fresh and new for the season. Select pieces may be monogramed with an initial or name, making them a perfect gift or just a personalized print for fall wardrobes.

Lands’ End has also made it easy to wear the feminine print, thanks to it being offered in everything from cardigans, turtlenecks and dresses to accessory silhouettes. From office to night or a weekend tailgating party, these key pieces are perfect for layering and can be worn for a variety of occasions.

- Turtlenecks are one of the hottest silhouettes of the fall season. Lands’ End has put their own twist on this wardrobe staple with the Long-Sleeve Fitted Lightweight Cotton Modal Turtleneck in polka dot.

-The Long-Sleeve Print Fine Gauge Supima Cardigan in dots is the perfect complement and layering piece for simple fall styles. Throw it on over a crisp buttondown paired with jeans for a classic weekend look or over a shift dress to look stylish while at work.

-Want to go really fun and flirty? Try the Lands’ End Short-Sleeve Print Fine Gauge Supima Jewelneck Sweater in fun shades of Tidewater Dot or Vicuna Heather/Guava Pink Dot, paired with slim-cut jeans for a night out with the girls.

- Try out polka dots in a silhouette that’s sure to turn heads with the Pin Straight Pattern Denim Pants. In Bordeaux or Black with light contrasting dots, this is a fun and whimsical way to integrate patterns into fall looks.

-The Sleeveless Pocket Shirt Dress - in a polka-dot print is a breezy, effortless way to show off some pattern power. Layered over tights and riding boots with a cotton cardigan, the look is perfect for fall.

- Want to integrate dots into a look without making a head-to-toe commitment? The Lands’ End Dot Scarf comes in a variety of colors and looks great layered over solids or stripes.

- Complete a fall look with a fashionable and functional Print Coated Shopper from Lands’ End. In two sizes, it’s the perfect tote to go from work to the store and back again. Monogram it for a personalized touch.

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