Tagged tall women’s style


A Must-Have Winter Topcoat from One Seven Three

When you hear the words “British fashion”, what first comes to mind? For me, it’s an imagined version of Savile Row at the height of the 19th century. It’s bustling with fine gentlemen (and their curious wives) popping into the tailors’ shops up and down the golden mile, getting fitted for suits and dinner jackets and fine, tweedy overcoats….


A Well-Composed Jumpsuit c/o Dellez Tall Fashion

Photo Credit: Prithvi Karthikeyan The Dellez Tall jumpsuit cuts a sleek black line while offering a flash of edgy flair. At least, that’s what I profess now, after taking the leap to debut it out on the New York scene. My flirtation with how I might wear the jumpsuit—with its wide rectilinear belt and layered angular bodice reminiscent of…


The Fiercest LBD from Dellez Tall Fashion

Hello! It’s a pleasure to (cyber) meet you. My name is Kate and I’m a 6’3” lady living in Baltimore (only for a little while longer) enjoying a fun, city-dwelling life. My style has been described as “eclectic”—I like mixing and matching pieces and adding my personality through my clothing choices. I’m often pairing together…


One Girl’s Gold is Another’s Silver with Sven Clogs

“Another pair of silver shoes?!” My poor husband. He just has no concept of how exceedingly pleasing a silver shoe can be. I do have quite an assortment of silver shoes—ballet flats, leather flip flops, the high heeled sandals I wore at my wedding. What I did not have until a few weeks ago, though,…


My Blue Suede Shoes from LLXLLQ

Up until a few years ago, I would never wear heels. I’ve always found people’s reactions to me in them a little unsettling. It would veer between fear and admiration, and I just wasn’t sure how to manage either. I’ve slowly built up my collection of heels over the past few years, and I’ve found…


A Tall Drink of Lemonade from Dellez Tall

I am not sure if it was a result of being awkwardly tall or shy or maybe a combination of both, but when I was younger I wanted nothing more than to blend in and be the same as everyone else. I tried desperately to avoid drawing attention to myself and constantly begged my parents…