Colors, prints, and style varieties make up Lands' End for Girls clothing. Every girl is different, but we think almost every girl will find something to love in the Lands' End for Girls collection at thredUP. Lands' End dresses for girls often feature great patterns, ranging from bright and floral to muted plaids. Pullover sweaters, flowing blouses, and simple t-shirts are just a few of the girls' tops options.
Bottoms are just as exciting. Girls' skirts and pants come in the same variety, from casual pants perfect for lounging around the house, to khaki shorts. Skorts are a big option with Lands' End, too, providing the cuteness of a skirt with the wearability of a pair of shorts.
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When girls are drawn to the colors and patterns in Lands' End clothing, be sure to check out our stock of Gymboree outfits, too. You'll find a few more ruffles in Gymboree clothing, and lots of fun dresses. Visors and hats often show up in our pre-loved Gymboree items, too!
Carter's is a great mix between Lands' End and Gymboree. Bright colors, a few ruffles, and some simple patterns dominate the clothing options. Comfort and wearability are staples with Carter's clothing, and it's especially great when you're shopping for younger kids. Carter's stuff can keep up with how much they move, wiggle, and spill!
The Lands' End History
Lands' End didn't begin as a fashion brand. Founder Gary Comer began it as a yachting supply mail-order business in the 60s. Though the company struggled for its first few years, the Lands' End now-famous return policy helped gain and retain customers: no-hassle returns for refunds or exchanges. In the days of the internet, returns are easy. In the days of mail-order catalogues, this policy was genius.
Lands' End sticks out now for the same reason it caught eyes then. The catalogues are produced as finely as magazines, with one major difference: The models actually look like regular people. You can envision yourself wearing Lands' End clothing. Girls who have worn Lands' End know how comfortable and quality it is and want to keep wearing it; parents love how well it holds up.
We Love Lands' End for its Sustainability
Lands' End contributes to both Boston and global sustainability efforts. In Boston, the company works to preserve lighthouses, including the Alcatraz Lighthouse. Globally, Lands' End has planted over 1 million trees since 2012 in a partnership with the National Forest Foundation. The story doesn't end there — current sustainability efforts focus on becoming a company which sends nothing to landfills. The company recycling program has sent more than two and a half tons of materials for recycling, which eventually gets turned into insulation, acoustic materials, bedding, and more.
At up to 90% off estimated retail prices, it just makes sense to get your Lands' End for Girls gear at thredUP.