A common plight of unusual height: the highwaters
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Why The Height of Style for a Guy?

As a way to introduce myself, I want you to join me in my personal way-back machine, to my grade school years: picture a very gangly boy lugging his trombone to school; his pants are bell-bottoms, about four inches too short, conveying the accidental impression of a character from the early Star Trek series. Flash…

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New Look, New Editorial: Letter from the Founder

Dear readers, In 2010, I started The Height of Style because I believed that tall women were underserved by mainstream fashion—often relegated to size ends or single styles off the rack (and only slightly more options online). I made it my goal to find and review the best fits from tall-friendly brands and offer tips…

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Tips & Tools for Shopping ASOS’ Regular Line as a Tall

SOS—I may have a bit of an ASOS problem. Since the ASOS Tall line launched, I have been visiting the site nightly to scope out the new offerings and add to what has quickly become my monstrous wish list. I truly can’t recommend the fit and quality of the line enough. Especially after picking up the perfect slouchy…

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Featured Today on Groupon: Style Perspectives from 5’2″ and 6’4″

I’m delighted to share that today, I’ve been featured on Groupon with The View from 5 ft.2‘s Christina Petric, chatting and comparing tall and petite style, challenges, and insights. It was a blast to interview with Groupon’s Mae Rice and Christina…and I made sure to get a shout-out in for you, my lovely readers. Thank you…

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This Spring, Everything is Coming Up ASOS Tall

Ladies, it’s official—the ASOS Tall range has had its soft launch, its hard launch, and is currently operating at 292 delectable pieces strong. As if overnight, those of us long and leggy suddenly have the option of picking up affordable interpretations of the contrast-collar, boyish button ups Alexander Wang sent down the runway; the slouchy, wide-legged trousers Rosie Assoulin debuted at…