Lands End Review - Men's Shirts

Earlier this year I reviewed some items from Lands End, a gorgeous swim dress and a beach dress. I was impressed with the quality of the items and quick delivery. So when Lands End offered another collaboration I agreed. 

Lands End does a range of items on its website, not just ladies' clothing. As well as clothes for kids, pets accessories and homeware, they do a range of clothing for men as well. So the company sent me two shirts for my husband to review. This is an AD.

Marcus bright shirt

The first check shirt from Lands End is the Madras shirt above, RRP £45 but on sale for £18.

marcus in the garden

The shirt is a short sleeve shirt in a bright check design in a mix of colours and has one pocket on the chest. Made of 100 per cent cotton it's the perfect shirt to pack for a holiday somewhere warm.  It looks well made, as they are no unfinished seams. I would say the fit is relaxed, as my husband wears the shirt with a tee shirt underneath. I think this shirt is a great price in the sale at the moment. 

Marcus in the Madras shirt

We both gave this shirt top marks as it was cheerful and bright, well made and perfect for a hot summer's day or a holiday abroad. 


The other flannel shirt from Lands End was a shirt from the collection promoted by Blake Shelton, the American country singer, RRP £55 but in the sale for £33.


The shirt is generous in size and was a larger fit than the other shirt. It is made of 98% cotton and 2% elastane giving a little stretch, and it has two button-down pockets on the chest. My husband, Marcus, is pictured wearing it over a tee shirt again. It is a lightweight flannel material, which is perfect for autumn and a change in the seasons. 

We both really liked the soft material and roomy design. Again, it appeared well-made with no unfinished seams. I would definitely check out the Blake Shelton collection from Lands End if you like the look of this shirt. 

Lands End package

I also like the fact that, when the shirts arrived, they were wrapped in tissue paper and were smartly boxed, perfect if the items were presents. 

Who Are Lands End?

In 1963, Gary Comer embarked on the journey of establishing Lands’ End, initially specialising in supplying yachting gear tailored for racing sailors. He opened a physical retail store within Chicago’s tannery district and simultaneously operated a mail-order enterprise from the basement. 

By 1977, the company's focus was gradually transitioning from sailing equipment to clothing and over time, Lands’ End has become synonymous with a renowned reputation for exceptional quality and unwavering commitment to delivering genuine value. Lands End now has 33 locations in the USA as well as stores worldwide.

While you are here, check out my other Lands End review here on the link, where I reviewed a swim dress and a beach cover all. 

Let me know, have you shopped in Lands End? What do you think of the shirts I reviewed? 

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