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Crispy navy & white

Tall girl's fashion // Navy & white

It has been a busy week as I’ve been trying to get back on track after my friend’s visit, hence the sporadic blogging. Today I present to you an outfit of which I’m extremely pleased, if that’s allowed to say out loud. I’m sure you feel the same way sometimes, though — that you’ve just really nailed your outfit and everyone in the world has got to see how cool it is! If you happen to receive a compliment on this particular day of awesomeness, you are basically living on cloud nine all day regularly patting yourself on the back for your cleverness. Not a bad feeling, I tell you!

Now , what’s the thought behind this amazing outfit? Mixing navy and white in a minimalist way — and wearing my new Nike trainers out for the first time (read about my buyer’s remorse here).

Tall girl's fashion // Navy & white

H&M navy sweater // Inwear white leather skirt // Unknown brand navy tights // Nike grey trainers // Celine vintage navy handbag // H&M green parka // Hermes white/silver bangle // Snø of Sweden silver hoop earrings // Silver ring is souvenir from Colorado // Accessorize green cap

Tall girl's fashion // Navy & white

Tall girl's fashion // Navy & white

Tall girl's fashion // Navy & white

Tall girl's fashion // Navy & white

  • Hi Anett – I just found your blog yesterday and am having a great time perusing it. I love your style and photography! Looking forward to reading future write-ups.

    Beth – LongLeggy.com

    • Anett

      Dear Beth! Thank you so much for your kind comment! Since you left a comment, I’ve been ready posts on your blog. You are really brave to run a specialty shop only challenge! In Norway, there are no specialty stores or ranges for tall women, so I have to make do with regular sizing, which takes a lot of trying on to find something that fits (fitted dresses are the worst, right?). I’m ever so jealous of you! 😉

      • That must be really tough to not have access to any tall shops! I can imagine that would take a lot of trial and error with trying on regular sizes. I must say that all of the clothes pictured on your blog fit really well and I’m impressed that none of them are “tall” size. Yes! Fitted “non-tall” dresses are most certainly the worst.

        • Anett

          Thanks, and yes, it takes is a lot of trying on and getting to know your shape. It helps that I buy mostly Scandinavian and Northern European brands that are fit taller than say Zara and Mango. In Zara, I hardly ever fit trousers (too low a rise), jackets and blouses (too narrow across the shoulders). Life sure would’ve been a lot easier with “tall” sizes to choose from!

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