Leave it to Long Tall Sally to shake up the game! In listening to what their buyers want, the CURATD x LTS line was created to offer our #TallTribe some fashion forward unique pieces to compliment our wardrobes. Well thank you LTS! These new looks come just in time for the holidays!

Naturally we had to try out some of the pieces and in doing so we are taking into account both our Slim AND Curvy tall sisters. Tyi and myself picked out our favorite pieces, so here we go.

As I was looking through the different options, I made a hard stop when I noticed the Relaxed Sweat Top. You know me! Comfort first please:). With the weather changing here in NYC, this staple piece with the cute zipper detail on the side is exactly what I needed! Winter I’m ready for you!


The Relaxed Sweat Top is on the shorter side, and hits me right at the hipbone. It is 100% pure cotton and UBER comfortable. If you are looking to step up your loungewear game, this is it!

I decided to style the sweater with this funky High Split Front Denim Skirt, an amazing combo in my opinion. Throw on some booties and you have yourself a comfy but funky outfit. The size 16 skirt was a tight fit for me, so I ended up exchanging it. I am a HUGE fan of the unique design of this skirt, so go for it but I would encourage my tall sisters that are blessed with beautiful voluptuous hips, check the sizing chart to be safe. The LTS Carrie LaceUp Boot are my favorite shoes right now, incredible comfortable and goes with almost everything!


Lets look at another great option with the beautiful Tyi!

To be completely honest, I have never been someone comfortable or confident in rompers, but once I saw the LTS tapered ankle length jumpsuit I knew this was worth a shot.

The fit. If you are like me, your size differentiates depending on the material and the brand. My size fluctuates between sizes 8 – 12; in this instance I ordered a 10. After trying on the jumpsuit, I found it to fit on the larger size, so to assure a snug fit, I would advise you to size down for this particular piece.


Every tall girl needs a pair of high heels and this jumpsuit would go great with a strapped nude or black heel. Depending on your comfort level and preference, this look could be worn with heels, sandals, or even sneakers.

Overall I felt amazing once I put this on. Although the jumpsuit is a little big on me, the symmetry of the top half of the design was flawless and I could not resist the tapered ankle. I am definitely looking forward to seeing what else I can pull off with this romper and am excited to hear what your experiences are with CURATD

Tall Society Photoshoot in Downtown Los Angeles by Photographer Kyle Blair

So as said, I ended up exchanging the skirt for the tux mini dress and boy did I luck out! This sexy little number was the perfect pick for my last ‘Meet Your Tall Sisters Brunch‘ in NYC! It was a hit with my fellow tall sisters. On me the dress was a bit more fitted, but I loved how it hugged my curves. It opted for thick black stockings, to offset how short the dress is. I have to admit that I often am more on the conservative side and don’t show too much skin, but our team assured me that I looked hot lol, so I went with it!


Outfit Details:
Relaxed Sweat Top Size XL
High Split Front Denim Skirt Size 16
Tux Mini Dress Size 16
LTS Carrie LaceUp Boot Size 14
Tapered Ankle Length Jumpsuit Size 10

Our Incredible Photographers:
Photo Credit (Bree in Jean Skirt) – Denisse Benitez Photography
Photo Credit (Bree in Tux Dress) – Aqut Photography
Photo Credit (Tyi in Jumpsuit) – Kyle Blair Photography

We will be back with you lovelies after the holiday! Happy Thanksgiving everyone!



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