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LLXLLQ: Seeing Red

Photo credit: Karin Londgren A lot of times when I read fashion blogs, I look at daring pairings—a Chewbacca jacket with leather leggings, or a frilly tutu with an army coat—and I wonder if the blogger actually wears that on the street after her shoot. In these photos, I’m sporting an outfit I could be…

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Meet the Ladies: tHoS Contributor Elizabeth Harvey

Joining us in 2015, a warm welcome to Elizabeth Harvey. Elizabeth applied to be a contributor late in 2014, reporting that since becoming a mother, she had discovered a new comfort and appreciation in her long, lean frame. Now as a mom of three likely-to-be-very-tall children, she is joining The Height of Style to be a positive role model for her kids,…

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Meet the Ladies: tHoS Contributor Bree Wijnaar

2014 was a remarkably successful year for The Height of Style—I expanded the team from my lonely 1 to nearly 20 tall  contributors across the United States; we got featured in some national publications; got to work with some exceptional brands (even for full-team campaigns); and grew our readership tenfold. The truth is that none of this would…

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In Love, Actually, With Lands’ End Tall Outerwear

I may reveal myself as the closet sentimentalist I truly am, but my favorite holiday movie is “Love Actually”. I first saw it premiere in a London movie theater, and it was the equivalent of a plush security blanket. I was feeling very homesick at that time, and it reminded me that the holidays and…

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A Ray of Sunshine on a Snowy Day c/o Lands’ End Tall

Photo Credit: Karin Londgren Ok, that was a slight exaggeration. There was no snow in sight. I left DC to head home on literally the one day it snowed here this winter. Now that I’m back in DC, of course, there is no snow left. So, without a festive backdrop for this shoot, I thought the…

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LLXLLQ: The Molto Bueno Shoe for the Larger-Footed Woman

Italy has remarkable cache when it comes to footwear—designer names from Prada to Gucci to Valentino to Ferragamo abound. While I have always had an intuitive sense of Italian craftsmanship equating to superiority in the quality department, the “Made in Italy” stamp is one that has to be experienced to be fully appreciated—the stable lasts. The smooth…