Disclosure: This post was sponsored by Lands’ End through their partnership with POPSUGAR Select. While I was compensated to write a post about Lands’ End, all opinions are my own.
We love a “good mail day” around here so a bit of a frenzy broke out when the Lands’ End shipment arrived for our upcoming back to school “First-Day Faves” blog-up shop. I guess there is no denying that these style-loving babies are mine, I’ll have to keep them.
Next week my shop will open and feature back-to-school outfits that I created especially for Quinn, Clare, and Gordon, and each hand-picked item in my Lands’ End shop will be 25% off for one week! Every item in the Lands’ End back-to-school collection is built to last, with comfort and durability in mind. Plus, each item is stylish, easy to wear and easy-care.
Here’s a sneak peek at some of the items that will be in the shop and my inspiration for the total looks…
Quinn is all about fancy fashion as she heads into Kindergarten so I was inspired by all of the fun leopard prints this season. Leopard becomes the functional (and yet totally fabulous) neutral in her look.
Clare’s back-to-school style has changed this year. No more dresses (SADNESS!) for this big 2nd grader. She wants comfort, and more grown-up pieces like jeans, hoodies, and graphic tees. At the same time, she likes a little girly style so this sequined Saturn long-sleeve T is the perfect starter piece for her big girl look.
Gordon will be wearing a uniform for preschool this year so his back-to-school look is classic Lands’ End uniform basics, the best quality I’ve seen, jazzed up with a personalized backpack.
Lands’ End can monogram just about anything that will take a stitch. So whether for a backpack or school uniform, parents and kids can select embroidery or a monogram to make it extra special. It costs $6 and takes about 3-5 days.
With so many options from short- and long-sleeved tops to footwear and outerwear, Lands’ End helps families start the year off right with buy-now, wear-now styles that can be layered as the school year progresses.