While there are currently plenty of independent brands for tall women already out there, I always get excited when I see new tall brands popping up! Check out my annual list of new tall brands for 2024!
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A Bit About These New Brands for Tall Women
It’s fun to see the different niches that these new tall brands fill within the tall fashion space. 2024 will bring tall brands focusing on a wide variety of styles including ethically made jeans, athleisure, tailor-made trousers, luxury PJs and loungewear, athletic leggings in fun colors, technical outerwear and more! Many of these brands are focusing on ethical and/or sustainable production as well which I very much applaud!
All of these new tall brands are owned by tall women who are pouring their heart and soul into creating clothing that will make the tall fashion world a better place for all of us. I am always so impressed by women like this who take the plunge and decide to create their own brands for tall women. Can you imagine taking such a risk and all of the hard work and resources that must go into starting a brand from scratch? I certainly can’t but I am forever grateful for them.
US-based Robyn Bandele technically launched at the end of 2023, but the clothing is too beautiful not to include on this year’s list! The founder, 6’2 Robyn, has been sewing her own clothes since 2016 and, after 4 years of development, is bringing some bold and eye catching styles to the tall fashion scene. The clothing is thoughtfully made with a focus on natural fibers and quality construction that should last for years. Sizes range from US4-16.
UK-based Hautier kicked off 2024 strong by launching on New Years Day. Founded by 5’11 Emily, it is an amazing online marketplace featuring 11 tall brands (and I’m sure this number will only increase in the future). We all know how annoying it can be to spend hours searching endlessly online for tall clothing. As a one-stop-shop platform, Hautier helps simplifies the shopping experience for tall women! I love that Hautier offers some truly unique and beautiful pieces alongside must-have basics.
Denim lovers rejoice! When I happened upon the Corby Holbrook Instagram page recently, my heart skipped a beat! Beautiful, ethically made jeans in a variety of styles such as slim flare, relaxed flare and a “best friend” style? Yes please! These jeans, which will all come in a 38″ inseam to start, are designed in NYC and made in LA with recycled hardware, less water and no harsh chemicals.
Do you ever come across a brand’s Instagram or website and it just makes you pause and want to slowly absorb every little detail? That’s what happened when I discovered UK-based Finnletta and it’s no surprise that this brand made me stop and look. It’s right up my alley with its an emphasis on ethically produced trousers that will be made in small batches in the UK. Sizing will be UK8-14 with 32, 34 and 36 inseams.
Based in the U.S., Height of Rebellion is planning to offer luxury PJs, athleisure, loungewear, scrubs and more. The brand is owned by 6’3 Vanessa and will focus on quality fabrics, superb fit and the items will be made in NYC’s garment district. Height of Rebellion will hopefully launch this year and I can’t wait to see what it will bring to the tall fashion scene!
Owned by 6’0 Helen and based in the UK, Fabulously Tall plans to offer tall athletic wear, including leggings in some beautiful colors and with some cool details (including pockets of course)!
US-based Alta Reina plans to offer something that’s REALLY hard for tall ladies to find – tall technical outerwear. The founder Suzi grew frustrated with having to wear men’s outerwear for skiing and other outdoor sports. She’s taking matters into her own hands and will be providing beautiful “adventure clothes” in interesting colors.
Based in London, Sun & Jo will focus on simplicity, comfort, high quality fabrics and wardrobe essentials that stand the test of time. The collection will start with 36″ inseam for pants with a plan to add more options if the demand is there. I’m intrigued to see what this brand has to offer!
Sezam will focus on “modern minimalist vibes” for mid-range tall girls. I’ll add more info soon once I have it!
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