Black Owned Brands Pt. III: Tall Girl Approved
As tall, mid/plus size women, we know how hard it is to find clothes and shoes that fit well to express our style and individuality. It's why we started CoIX, and love hearing all the great feedback and excitement from our community about finding styles they love, in the sizes they need.
In our week 3 roundup, we're highlighting other amazing black owned fashion brands where height is no limitation. Continue to catch the daily Stories on our Instagram Stories, for the last week of Black History Month (US).
The OG label created by stylist Irene Agbontaen, her range of bold and fearless designs have been sold on Long Tall Sally and Asos for women 5'9" and taller.
2. Rozana London
Founded by Jade, her latest range of comfortable, luxe pyjamas and coordinated sweatsuits are perfect staples to add to your wardrobe.
3. TJL Collection
An ex-veteran and seamstress, Tiffany brings bold, modern designs for tall women to life. Starting at 37" inseams, her collection has everything from power suits to leisure sets, and she does custom designs too!
4. Nineth Closet
Edgy and cool, LaToya's label gives tall women on trend, figure accentuating, non-compromising pieces.
5. Model Atelier
Founded by former model Robin, their collection of finely crafted ready-to-wear celebrates tall women. The brand was the first official boutique of the WNBA. With creative and modern designs, like their in-built mask essentials range, they design stylish clothes in the fit and lengths you need.
6. Tall Long Curvy
Tired of work out pants that are too short? Look no further than this brand, specialising in comfy tall leggings.
7. Sante + Wade
Lead by Shola and Agnès, this fellow footwear brand creates high-quality, comfortable shoes in standard and wide widths for sizes EU 38 to 46 (US 6-14).
Stay tuned for our final instalment of black owned tall brands. We'll also be hosting our first Tall Girl Talks with Jade (Rozana) and Tiffany (TJL Collection) on IG Live, next Sunday 28th February from 12pm EST/5pm GMT. We hope you tune in!