Lands’ End Holiday Preview-4 Trends to Look Out For @landsend

Lands’ End gave us a sneak peek at what they have in store for the holidays. There are some trends that you’re going to love for gift-giving. You might even want to snag a little something for yourself. One thing is for sure. They have something for every member of the family. Here are four trends that are sure to set your heart a-flutter for the holidays.

1) Bright Pops of Color

Color isn’t just for the warmer days. Bright pops of color are on trend for Fall 2013. Lands’ End has quite a few offerings to meet your colorful needs. Here are an assortment of warm cashmere sweaters in shots of orange, blue, turquoise and more. Mix, match and layer.

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Gloves are a great way to try this trend without jumping in with both feet. If you’re still thinking all black for the winter, try these on for a test run. They’re guaranteed to steal the spotlight.

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These pouches can hold business cards, money and credit cards. They’re great for a quick run out the door.

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Printed tees for kids are also a must-have. Let your kids go crazy with color with these.

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Bomber vests are perfect for layers. Lands’ End offers them in a variety of fun colors and prints.

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Hats are another perfect way to try out colors without going all out.

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2) Neutral Shoes

The days of the Lady Gaga attention-grabbing shoes are gone. This season, it’s all about neutral, chic shoes that compliment an outfit without grabbing all the attention.

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3) Animal Print

This was a trend for summer and it’s not going anywhere. Who doesn’t want to add a bit of wild to their look?IMG_0252

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4) Pastels are a Plus

If you’re not into the rainbow colors, have no fear. Pastels are making a major statement this year. IMG_0251 IMG_0264 IMG_0266

So to recap…… bright colors, animal print, neutral shoes and pastels. Now you’re prepared for when these goodies hit the stores.

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Tabitha St. Bernard