Make the most of Sunday

Make the most of Sunday

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Aug 24, 2016
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A lot of us don’t make enough time to get out and enjoy the great outdoors. Whether enjoying the garden, eating al fresco or strolling through the streets of your hometown, getting out of the house on a lazy, Sunday afternoon is one of the simple pleasures in life. With this in mind, we’ve taken […]

Staycation summer: packing essentials

Staycation summer: packing essentials

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Jul 1, 2016
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With summer upon us, there’s an overwhelming amount of amazing places to visit. So, when it comes to selecting where to go on a spontaneous weekend it can be a tough decision. Recent figures from the Office for National Statistics show that the number of UK residents heading abroad on holiday are on the up. […]

Game, set, match: A brief history of British tennis style

Game, set, match: A brief history of British tennis style

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Jun 24, 2016
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The oldest tennis tournament in the world begins this month and, as well as the pressure of playing at the most prestigious tennis event in the world, competitors in the UK have to adhere to a strict dress code. The first lawn tennis championship took place in 1877 and was organised solely to raise money […]

We like to make you happy…

We like to make you happy…

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Jun 6, 2016
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There are so many reasons to love Lands’ End. Let’s start with 5…  

Getting the most from your garden
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Getting the most from your garden

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May 26, 2016
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As the world-famous Chelsea Flower Show comes around, it’s time to be inspired by the stunning floral displays and show gardens. So in preparation for the ultimate exhibition of flower power, we’ve got some great tips to help you get the most out of your garden. Repurpose your kitchen waste Composting your kitchen waste is […]

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The funny side of fashion: Our favourite April Fool’s Day Gags

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Apr 1, 2016
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The most light-hearted day of the year gives us a chance to show our softer, funnier sides. From the BBC‘s ‘spaghetti harvest’ to the infamous ‘no-hole’ Polo mints, April Fool’s Day pranks have permeated popular culture and the fashion industry is never one to be left out. Here, we share some of our favourite and […]

How to de-clutter your clothes
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How to de-clutter your clothes

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Jan 20, 2016
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Last year on the Lands’ End blog we wrote about capsule wardrobes. They are amazing, albeit elusive things and often take quite a lot of perfecting. Building your capsule wardrobe can prove challenging, especially for those of us who struggle to let beloved clothing items go. By putting in some effort now to de-clutter, it […]

Get moving: your workout style guide
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Get moving: your workout style guide

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Jan 12, 2016
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A fair few of us begin every January with the same motto: ‘new year, new you’. But even if we start with the best intentions, three weeks in, the prospect of curling up on the sofa is so much more appealing than exercise. This year will be different. With good intentions and determination still fresh […]

Christmas and NYE: the in-between days
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Christmas and NYE: the in-between days

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Dec 27, 2015
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We can often feel a little lost during the days between Christmas and New Year’s Eve. It’s easy to forget what day it is as they all blend into a haze of tinsel and leftover turkey. The Norwegians call this period Romjul, but we don’t have an official word for it in the UK. These […]

Silent nights: ‘Tis the season to relax
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Silent nights: ‘Tis the season to relax

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Dec 23, 2015
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In the midst of the festive season, there is so much to do that it’s easy to forget to look after yourself as well. So, why not take some time out and spoil yourself with your own mini festive celebration. Cosy up on the sofa with your favourite box set and have some ‘me -time’ […]

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