Once again, being a Lucky Alpha Shopper has its privileges! I was recently able to select a few items from Lands’ End Canvas site to review. As I was browsing the site, I kept finding great items and had a hard time selecting the few items to get. However, I’m very happy with my selections.
I feel as though I still don’t have enough dressier items in my wardrobe. So, I selected the Women’s Poplin Workshirt. I got it in True Navy. This shirt is actually pretty comfortable. It’s nice for a change to find a dressier, button-up shirt and it to be really comfortable to wear. The fabric is actually really nice. Plus, I think I look kind of nice in it. In this picture I simply layered a gray spaghetti strap shirt underneath and paired it with a pair of jeans. It’s simple yet put together.
I was also impressed with the little details of the shirt, so I took a picture of one of the front pockets to show you.
The next item I picked because I thought I wanted something else comfortable that could be layered as well. So, I selected the Women’s Solid Fine Gauge Boyfriend V-Neck Sweater. This lovely sweater is great for this colder weather. Plus, it’s really comfortable. Also, it does layer nicely. Here it is with a green shirt underneath and again with a pair of jeans (because I love a good pair of jeans).
Lastly, I got a nice Women’s Slub Cotton Scarf in coral blush. This scarf is oh so soft. Sometimes wool can be itchy against my skin. Since this scarf is cotton, it feels really nice. Plus, the coral blush shade is so wonderful. It’s warm and feminine. Here I paired it with my black wool pea coat.
Lands’ End Canvas provides high quality, comfortable clothing that looks great. I am very pleased with my pieces from them. Everything looks wonderful and could be worn in the schools when I observe/tutor/teach. Plus, they will keep me warm on the walk across campus in the snow.
Disclosure: I received a gift code to purchase these products from Lands’ End Canvas through the Lucky Magazine Alpha Shopper program. However, I selected the pieces to receive and was not required to post a positive experience. The opinions expressed are my own.