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In Love, Actually, With Lands’ End Tall Outerwear

I may reveal myself as the closet sentimentalist I truly am, but my favorite holiday movie is “Love Actually”. I first saw it premiere in a London movie theater, and it was the equivalent of a plush security blanket. I was feeling very homesick at that time, and it reminded me that the holidays and…

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The Performance Coat for the Urban Commuter c/o Lands’ End

As a teenager growing up in 1990s, the first winter coat I can remember getting excited about was a bulky Triple Fat Goose. That was followed a series of Starter jackets (mostly emblazoned with my beloved Boston College Eagles and Duke Blue Devils logos). While these coats did a decent job of keeping me warm during…

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What You Need Is a Topcoat From Lands’ End Tall

As a tall guy, getting bespoke suits is almost a must. There are simply so few retailers that carry larger sizes for suits that you need to go the extra step. Now you’ve got a suit! Hooray! Oh, you’re cold because it’s winter, but you’re going to a formal event? That’s a tough nut to…

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A Ray of Sunshine on a Snowy Day c/o Lands’ End Tall

Photo Credit: Karin Londgren Ok, that was a slight exaggeration. There was no snow in sight. I left DC to head home on literally the one day it snowed here this winter. Now that I’m back in DC, of course, there is no snow left. So, without a festive backdrop for this shoot, I thought the…

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Sumissura=The Best Custom Suits for Tall Women

Up until this past year, I never owned a tall pantsuit. My secret to getting through job interviews and Board meetings was wearing off-the-rack, solid blazers with skirts in similar shades, or dresses in contrasting shades. The fit was never precise, but I settled for close enough (and cuffed sleeves). I noticed, however, that even…

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Suiting up in Jersey Tweed with British Heritage Brand Joules

Tweed is about as quintessentially British heritage as it comes. From origins in 18th century hunting, shooting, and riding garb—tweed (borrowing from the Scotch “tweel”, or twilled) cloth was twist-woven to withstand the elements—being moisture resistant, durable, and even dun-mottled enough to hide splashes of mud, wayward tufts of grass, and all manners of verdant…