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I’ve shared with y’all in the past about the struggle to find jeans and skirts that are long enough but there is one more thing us #tallgirls struggle with. Bodysuits. I’ve been the victim of a bodysuit that isn’t long enough and you spend the entire evening pulling it up so it covers enough. I have at least five bodysuits in my closet right now that aren’t long enough and live in exile for being too fussy and uncomfortable to wear.
However, this year I’ve done my research, read reviews and invested in some bodysuits that are long enough and perfect for tall women to wear this fall. Check out my 7 recommendations below!
7 Tall Bodysuit Styles for Tall Women to Wear this Fall
Reformation Nisa Bodysuit
While this bodysuit is specifically made for tall women, I bought it last month and have been wearing it nonstop! It’s styled below with a denim skirt but also wore it under flannel when I was glamping in the woods last weekend. It’s a great layering piece and also fab on its own.
I get a lot of clothing from ASOS because they have a good tall section on their site. In the colder months, I always layer a black turtleneck with skirts or with jeans. It’s a great staple that will be well worn and well-loved.
Personally, I love a good bodysuit in a button-up because you’re not constantly struggling to keep it tucked in. Abercrombie makes great bodysuits in petite, tall, and regular, but buy quickly because they sell out fast.
Say you try bodysuits and instantly love them. (I mean, what’s not to love? Your shirt constantly stays tucked in and in place.) Get a fun print like a floral. It looks great with jeans but also pairs with a leather mini or a midi skirt for a feminine look.
With the holidays approaching, snag something festive for sequins. Pair with a skirt or dress pants for a holiday party or jeans for a girl’s night out. This would be perfect for New Year’s Eve since it’s long-sleeved!
Topshop is another brand that has options for taller girls. While bodysuits are a great statement, they’re also good for layering. In the colder months, wear your bodysuit under a sweater, tee, leather jacket, or dress. This will add some extra warmth and coverage.
Take casual style to the next level with a tee bodysuit! I love anything with tigers right now. So, I love that this tee can be worn with my denim jacket and black jeans.