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A Lot Like Coming Home with Lands’ End

In the summer of 1984, Lands’ End founder Gary Comer wrote an article for placement in the seasonal catalog. He titled it, “The Principles of Doing Business”. In it, he shared the values that had transformed Lands’ End from a 15-order-a-day, yachting equipment supplier created in a Chicago basement into a multi-million dollar clothing retailer a…


Off and Away in the Lightweight Down Parka From Lands’ End

Traveling is a huge passion of mine, and I hop on planes and trains (and automobiles) to explore new places every chance I get. After many years of lugging over-stuffed suitcases on bikes and boats and over miles of rocky paths, I have finally learned the value of packing only what I can carry in…


The Cozy and Luxurious Car Coat from Lands’ End Tall

Photo credit: Pamela McLendon If you haven’t been alerted yet, Lands’ End Tall has released their new fall/winter 2016 outerwear line! My favorite selection of the collection is the Wool Car Coat (worn here in shade: Vicuna) which is perfect for those of you who, like me, dress like it is still 1955. As a Wisconsin girl, not only…


Classics since 1976…Happy 40th, Long Tall Sally!

Birthdays are wonderful, and this year there’s a big one—our tall girl favorite Long Tall Sally turns the big 4-0! Though I can’t say I have been a fan for 40 years (not quite there…yet), I was introduced to LTS when I studied abroad in London in 2003. Prior to that, I had never had the…

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Tall-iday Sales: MARGE, Tall Order, Zofie, Autograf, and more!

Hello, leggy lasses, It’s that most wonderful time of the year—the glittery, sparkly, pine-sappy, watery-eyed celebration of kith and kin that makes the mad dash of finishing year-end work, the buttery cookie 10 pounds straight to the tum, and the closet anxiety of hanger after hanger of too short, too tight dresses and box after…


Hint Hint for the Holidays…Try Cuyana For Great Gifts

If there’s anything I wouldn’t have anticipated about my sartorial tastes as I’ve aged, it most certainly would be that I’d find myself a proponent of a) minimalist uniforms; b) neutral palettes; and c) fewer, but better-made pieces. Despite glamming it up for photoshoots on The Height of Style, my workweek wardrobe is becoming a plug-and-play game…