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The Tall Women’s Guide to Well-Fitting Bras

Call it a mid-life “refitting”, but I recently started on a journey towards establishing a healthier foundation that has taken me inward. To be fair, I’m only at the beginning of the road, but I’m a cautiously optimistic believer that it will lead me to ‘the power within.’ Remedies for some truly tired patterns. More…

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Caron Callahan: A Familiar Friend in the Tall Sustainable Wardrobe

As I’m settling into that mid-30s stretch, familiarity has become a desirable state. There is capacity in it, especially on the other side of a decade of seeking novelty, taking risks, making plenty of mistakes, and wanting to learn from them. In familiarity, I’ve been surprised that there is a lot of room for regeneration….

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We’re Moving to More Sustainable Fashion Pastures!

For a good long while, The Height of Style was a true labor of love for me—first as a vehicle for my own sartorial expression, and then as a platform that granted underserved tall consumers voice and choice. For a good long while, running tHoS felt like harmless fun. Harmless fun that included a surplus of…

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A Great Tall Boyfriend…from Long Tall Sally

Check out some additional photos and details on my love of denim for Long Tall Sally’s “Love. Wear. Repeat. Denim” Campaign! Normally I fly solo, but today I’m in love. Long Tall Sally sent me a pair of boyfriend jeans and we are in the midst of a beautiful relationship. I never dreamed the new…

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In Denim Country: Long Tall Sally Takes Austin

See my post as part of the “Love. Wear. Repeat. Denim.” Campaign on Long Tall Sally’s website! I work as an architect in Austin, Texas. In Austin, it’s denim on denim on denim all day, from behind computer screens to construction sites to evening concerts downtown. Balmy Southern winters require little more than an (embroidered) denim jacket…

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Vote with Your Wallet—and Make it Autograf New York

As The Height of Style has grown over the years, I’ve aimed for editorial neutrality—preferring to keep politics out of the picture. But today, ignoring what is happening on a national political stage is impossible, at least for me. Even my seemingly insulated love of fashion has been affected. I can’t feign neutrality. Not today,…