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Work That Dress: J.Crew’s Tall Summer Options

Despite being always a bit cold and a lot pasty, I never really relish the spring and summer. I burn at the beach, break out in hives from the smallest bug bite, and get to watch my thick mane go wild for 3 months. I’m always longing for fall—the nip in the air, to justify hibernation in a giant coat, sweater, or…

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The Sole Society That Will Have Us Tall As Members

I’ll be the first to admit that—despite being a woman with an embarrassing large shoe closet and a near constant fixation on acquiring more shoes at bargain prices—that I actually am quite discerning when it comes down to the act of purchase. For me, this halt-before-buy dance happens for a few reasons. I’m well aware by now…

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Featured on Boston.com Wire: Fashion for Women Tall and Small

I’m delighted to share that I’ve been featured on Boston.com Wire (BDC Wire) with The Boston Fashionista, Kristen Uekermann talking and comparing tall and petite style, challenges, and tips for shopping department stores in Boston. It gets challenging shopping mainstream stores (as you all are well aware), but if you’re visiting Boston, be sure to check out the options up…

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The Tall Short Portmanteau: LTS’s Versatile Staples for the Summer Short Suit

There’s something so charmingly louche about the short suit. Its popularity waxes and wanes from summer to summer (2011 and 2012 was a short suit high phase, with everyone from Jason Wu to Carven to Philip Lim running an option or two), but crescent or full trend, necessity breeds invention—and thus the short suit never disappears but is…

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The Right White for the Tall and Curvy: Long Tall Sally’s Smart Cotton Suit

The allure of the white suit has a lot to do with what it is not. It is not the standard garb of boardrooms and plush offices, nor is it the choice of practicality—even, arguably, in soul-crushing, high summer temperatures. It is neither subdued nor is it chaste, and it is most certainly not expected….