The top tall blogs you need to follow

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The top tall blogs you need to follow

Long, leggy and lithesome, there are a bunch of brilliant bloggers out there showing us all that style is not just for women of average height and size. These amazing ladies are talking fashion, life and style with a down to earth attitude and humor that has us hooked. So without further ado, here are are our favorite tall blogs that you need to follow:

 

 

 

 

 


All the Tall Things

All the Tall Things
We love Londoner Laura Schofield’s style, and her blog is a great place to discover trendy pieces, and how to work them. Particularly awesome is her ‘Tried it on‘ feature, where readers share the love- and pictures- of where they have found tall fashions that fit.

Pretty Tall Style
Pretty Tall Style

Military wife and stay-at-home mom Tanesha showcases her elegant style and DIY fashion creations to the enviable backdrop of beautiful Hawaii. So when it’s snowing outside, and looking stylish has taken a back seat to avoiding hypothermia, Pretty Tall Style is a great place to get your fashion fix.

Not Another Tall Blog

Not Another Tall Blog

Like it says in the title, ex-pat Angie does not just blog about being tall, because that is not all she is and we love that. Tall fashion, tall talents and some good old-fashioned rock n’ roll are the subjects of this fantastic blog.

The Junoesque

The Junoesque
Bold and bright, The Junoesque was started by blogger Elayna and her two sisters – all well over 6ft – to be a meeting place for all women of imposing height. A truly feelgood read, this blog covers the trials and tribulations of all things tall with upbeat attitude.


Love my Long Legs

Love my long legs

Texan Sherri says she isn’t a fashionista, but she sure knows how to put together an outfit. Funny and likeable she writes great tall clothing reviews and anything else that catches her fancy. Just don’t go there looking for basketball tips, she says “I don’t play basketball – get over it”.

The Height of Style

The Height of Style

Coming out of Boston, this slick site is the first Lifestyle Magazine blog to focus on tall style. Written by a line up of writers covering the full range of ages and styles, there is something for everyone here.

Tall Swag

Tall SwagOne of our favorites, Tall Swag is the baby of blogger Alicia Jay, who showcases her fabulous personal style on this glossy blog, along with some great tips and tricks for making clothing and styles work for the 6ft and over. In her words “TallSWAG is more than fashion…it’s a freakin fabulous tall life.”

 

Tall Look

TALL LOOK

Started way back in 2010 by blogger Nache because “Tall girls have to look cute too”, Tall Look pledges to never include clothes that are too short in the sleeves, or show clothes for men because they are in the right size. The site fulfils this promise and some, with pretty outfits posted weekly.

Franceta Johnson

Franceta Johnson

Toronto girl and design student Franceta Johnson is super cool, showcasing hip outfits that look good— whatever your height— on her slick and stylish blog. Her tips on what trends work best for tall women are invaluable for every leggy fashionista out there.

Style of a London Tall Girl

Style of a London Tall Girl

Last, but by no means least, Style of a London Tall Girl covers tall fashion and style in the UK capital. Blogger Marsha has an amazing sense of style and never puts a fashion foot wrong. Her surprising layering combinations and eye for proportion mean that every time we visit there is something we want to try ourselves.

So there you have it, the best tall blogs out there. Did we miss any? Is there a tall blog angle we are missing, tell us about it in the comments below.

The top tall blogs you need to follow was last modified: June 23rd, 2015 by akocontent

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