Create a Grown Up Work Wardrobe With Long Tall Sally

You rocked the interview and landed your dream job but the real test begins now. Appearances do matter in the workplace and your wardrobe choices are of utmost importance so it’s imperative to start off on the right foot with an impeccable outfit. You want to kick start your career and thrive as a young working professional? Dress the part. To get you on your way, we’d love to help you build a grown up work wardrobe pronto.

Whether you’re working with a budget or not, it’s worth setting aside a few bucks for a handful of well-made, classic pieces that will save you from a future workwear rut. But if you’re a tall girl of 5’8” with a shoe size of UK 7 (and above), it can be a little rough at times. Don’t get us wrong though, it’s great being able to reach for things in higher places but most mass retail brands are usually made for the average height girl.

We’re sure you understand the struggle of ordering a pair of jeans online, receiving them in the mail then realising that they are awkwardly too short for you. But be prepared to scream and rejoice because you’re about to discover a celebration of style beyond your tall genes! Long Tall Sally is a British-based online fashion brand for tall women of the world. Since 1976, the said fashion e-tailer has been creating stylish clothes for the modern tall woman in mind. Everything Long Tall Sally does is dedicated to making women, like you, look and feel fabulous in their own skin. You’ll also never have to worry about taking out the hems of your jeans ever again.

With Long Tall Sally, you’ll find a treasure trove of on-trend professional work separates – pants that cover your ankles comfortably, gorgeous autumnal blazers and jackets, skirts that you can wear without worrying about flashing anyone and dresses that aren’t inappropriate. 

Bookmark Long Tall Sally now for a work wardrobe shopping spree because we already have!

www.longtallsally.com 

Valerie Tan

F&B marketer by day, freelance writer by night.

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