I want Tall Fashion Adventures to be your go-to for information on responsibly and ethically made clothing for tall women! Since 2016, I have been more thoughtful and curious about where and how my clothes are made and these two things drive my purchase decisions. I hope to inspire the same curiosity and thoughtfulness in you! If you’re interested in learning more about about my journey to thoughtful shopping, check out this post. Since I already have lists for where to shop for tall clothing, for larger sized shoes and for custom-made clothing, I figured it was high time I put together a list specifically for tall ethical clothing and shoes. Bookmark this page as I will be updating it often and be sure to read all the way to the bottom to find brands that will be launching soon! Also, join my newly created Facebook group Tall Ethical Fashion to continue the conversation!
Tall Ethical Clothing
At Last Denim – Based in the U.S., this brand currently offers a few different styles of jeans with inseam up to 39! It sources responsibly made cotton and uses a factory that is recognized globally for its ethical and sustainable business practices. And to take it a step further, At Last makes its labels out of organic cotton and uses 100% recycled materials in its packaging. Check out my review of the grey skinny jeans here.
Megan Reilley – This is a tall ethical fashion brand that uses sustainable fabrics and makes its item in the U.S. I LOVE the leggings I bought. Here’s 3 ways I styled them…
Großartig – Based in Hamburg Germany and run by a mother/daughter team out of their boutique called Paul+Piske, this store offers a nice collection of tall clothing that is made on-site. Read about my visit to the store and my experience buying this blue dress here.
JuNi Fashion – Based in Germany, JuNi is a beautiful boutique in Frankfurt that focuses on high quality apparel that is responsibly made in Germany or Europe. Click here to read about my visits to JuNi and to see photos of the items I bought.
Taylor Tall – Based in the U.S., Taylor Tall offers customized, ethically made tall clothing including pants, jackets, shirts, dresses and more! The owners Taylor and Nathaniel carefully select the factories they work with and use high quality fabrics and finishes to ensure that their clothing will last for years. Check out my review of the wide leg jeans here.
Hye Fashion – I love that this Edmonton-based shop focuses on brands that make their clothing in Canada. Hye Fashion carries a full range of tall clothing and you can watch the 6’0 owner Janel do live try-ons every Thursday night on Facebook and Instragram. Click here for my write-up on Hye Fashion to learn more about this brand and click here for a review of the below jacket.
Liv Tall – This brand is owned by 6’1 fashion industry veteran Angela. Her line is designed and produced in Arizona by a local female-owned manufacturer and her first collection consists of v-neck tees, a maxi dress, a flirty flutter sleeve dress, a chic jumpsuit, a gorgeous floor-length swim cover-up and more! I’ve bought the v-neck tee in all 3 colors (they’re that good!) and also have the t-shirt maxi dress. Reviews coming soon!
Miss G and Me – Based in Australia and offering ethically made pants, tops, dresses and more. I love that this brand’s Social Sustainability Statement is front and center on its website. I have ordered the Maggie sweater and Betty joggers and wear both incessantly! Review coming soon!
Longpiece Swimwear – Based in Australia and also manufacturing there, Longpiece offers tall swimsuits made from eco-friendly fabrics. According to its website, “the fabric is made with ECONYL®, 100% regenerated nylon and polyester fiber from ocean and landfill waste (think industrial plastic, fabric scraps from clothing manufacturing companies, old carpets, fishing nets).” Love the sounds of this!
TJL Collection – Handmade collection based in the U.S. featuring dresses, pants, jumpsuits, leisure wear and more in fun and vibrant prints and colors.
Tall Mama – Made-in-the-US maternity leggings and tees! Owned by 6’0 Magan who knows the struggle first-hand of finding maternity clothing that fits our long frames
Tall Style Shop – Launched a new sustainable collection in 2022 in both standard and custom sizing options including some gorgeous jumpsuits, blazers and more!
Dimiloc – This brand offers a great selection of made-in-the-USA maxi skirts and dresses in tall and extra-tall lengths
Tall Moi – This US-based line features a beautiful collection of responsibly made pants, sweaters, jeans, dresses and more. The ReverseMoi Collection offers items that are reversible allowing you to wear the apparel two different ways.
The Sixes– This US-based line is made in NYC and includes a variety of high quality pants including dress pants, leggings, jeans and more.
Sassy n Tall – Just launched in 2022 and based in Canada, this brand offers great fitting made-in-Canada tall tees geared toward the 40+ crowd. Spunky 6’0 owner Corina started this brand after being super frustrated over the lack of high quality tees for tall ladies. I’m pretty sure I’m not going to be able to resist buying one!
Solo Wearables – Newly launched in 2021 and based in Canada, this brand offers high quality hand made items in sustainable fabrics such as leggings, tees and (drum roll please) underwear! The owner Suzanne is always sharing fun behind-the-scenes pics and vids on Instagram so be sure to follow along.
Anne Mulaire– Ethical Canadian brand offering tall pants up to 36 inseam.
Tall Girl Brand – Canada-based 20-something Nathalie launched this brand with a beautiful pair of pants and more items to come. The focus of the brand is supporting local manufacturers in Canada and using only fabrics that have been made with sustainable fibers. It’s exciting to see the next generation of tall ladies being part of the solution for tall fashion struggles by starting their own brands! TGB offers worldwide shipping via Etsy!
HITC – Based in Europe; Sustainable activewear (including sports bras which are usually a tricky fit for tall ladies!)
GrandeMary – Based in France, the owner of this brand is 6’4 and just launched her first pieces in August 2022. She’s currently offering a beautiful cotton blouse and chino trousers with more to come! All items are made in France and GrandeMary focuses on natural and recycled fibers
Flamenzo – All items are made in France with fabric that is also sourced from France.
Tall Frenchies – Offering a small collection of sustainable made-in-France items
Verity – Based in the UK and offering made-to-order tall fashion in vibrant colors. Verity is committed to slow, sustainable fashion. The first collection features a blouse, a wrap skirt, mini-dress and a linen suit.
Jumping Ships – Another made-in-England brand that is making waves in the tall FB groups, Jumping Ships offers leggings, tunics, tops, dresses and more in beautiful organic cotton fabrics.
Tall by Design – This brand offers made-in-New Zealand items including jeans, tunics, dresses, skirts, pants, jeans and more.
Ethically Made Shoes
Otto+Ivy – Laura from the long-running blog All the Tall Things launched a GORGEOUS line of responsibly-made shoes in early 2020. The company is based in the UK, ships internationally and offers shoes up to size EU46 (UK12/US14). Check out my review of the Tilly boots here!
Rothys – Rothy’s is a US-based online shoe brand that goes up to a size 13! The shoes are made from recycled plastic water bottles and are SO comfy. I ordered both the ballet flat and the pointed toe flat and ended up keeping the pointed toe pair. Check out my review here! Click here for $20 off your first order.
Zivaano – Based in The Netherlands and offering shoes in sizes EU42-46/UK8-12, Zivaano’s shoes are handmade in small factories in Europe. Check out my review of the cute, colorful sneakers I purchased here.
Low Heels – Based in the UK, Low Heels offers made-to-order shoes (which reduces waste and over-production) using high quality materials with sizes ranging from UK7-12. This brand is owned by the fabulous 6’0 tall Joanna who knows the struggle of finding shoes all too well. Here is some additional info she shared “The process is as handmade as can be with very little use of machines (sewing only). We use leather that is tanned using best sustainable practices and use cut-offs to make unique and one-off pairs of shoes. Our packaging is foil and plastic free. We pack our shoes into cotton dust-bags and ship them in fully recyclable boxes sealed with paper tape. And our team are four super skilled shoe-makers that are paid really well.”
Poppy Barley – A custom shoe company catering to North America with sizes ranging from US5-12! They partner with small family owned factories in Mexico and Brazil and offer amazing custom made boots and flats. They are based in Canada with shipping throughout North America. If you’re near Edmonton, you can make an appointment to design your shoes in person!
Chiqui Alta – Based in Australia with worldwide shipping, this brand offers ethically made ballet flats.
Tall and Beautiful Clothing – Based in the UK, the first collection will include a maxi skirt, maxi dress, smocked dress and a jumpsuit. The items will be made in the U.K.
Eighth House – Based in the U.K., 6’2 owner Emma plans to offer handmade items made from responsibly sourced fabrics.
That Tall Store – Based in Australia and offering slow ethical tall fashion. Website coming soon but follow along on Instagram in the meantime.
Height of Rebellion – Here is what the founder of this brand had to say about her plans for responsible manufacturing. “Our clothing will be made in the US in ethical clothing manufacturers and we will be using environmentally friendly fabrics. When choosing a good manufacturer you always want to personally check the conditions the works are working in. Luckily I already have a long relationship with few of the manufacturers we are working with from my extensive years in the fashion industry. One of the most fun parts of designing our collections has been finding the perfect eco friendly options for fabric. The Fashion industry produces a huge amount of waste each year so as a new company we want to make sure we are doing our part from the start to be eco friendly.”