What a great time to share the swimwear and fashion preview from Lands' End. The temperatures are freezing and many of us are ready to escape the cold and head to a warm spot. We all know the best time to shop swimwear is early in the season when the selections are best. So we're sharing a preview of some of our favorite things from the Lands' End showroom.
It's all about options this swim season. Lands' End will be offering separates like never before. So you can shop tp suit your body. I also loved the layering trend I saw. They designed tanks just for slipping over a bikini when you want a little tummy coverage. Color blocking is a big trend this spring--have fun with the trend and mix and match a bikini.
The sophisticated colors and designs caught my eye. Look at this gorgeous lilac. And we adored all the chic coverups--check out this tropical trendy one that caught our attention.
And moms, there's good news. Lands' End is here to support you. Not only do many suits offer slimming technology, they also offer spill-proof sides. That's right ladies, our chests will stay where we want them this season.
Click here for a peak at swim, but keep in mind there's TONS more to come.
Keep things simple this summer. Lands' End invites you to embrace the dress. And we concur. The Starfish Collectionreminds me of Nantucket with the nautical influence and gently faded colors. Don't forget about the accessories. Less is always more in the summer. The sandals and wedges were perfect to pair back to the pretty dresses. For a punchy option, we love the sail totes.
For more fashion, take a look at the Resort Collection here.
The polo shirt is alive and well. The girl version has little touches such as ruffles and surprising colors to keep things interesting. For boys, the graphic tees are winners and the collection of cool vintage surf wear.
From bedding to Adirondak chairs. Lands' End offers you ways to bring the beach inside.
Momtrends was not paid for this post. We did get a goody bag with a gift card. And we have been sponsored by Lands' End in the past.