I've picked out my favourites from the new season, but if you're knocking around London in March, you can nip over to their pop-up shop in Regents Park and try them on for yourself. Their sizing depends on the item, but you can get shoes up to a 12, and clothes go up to a 20 in some areas, though not all.
This fantastic beach girls print dress (£49, 10-18) sums up everything that's right about this collection. The print! When I saw that marvellous print I pretty much burst into tears. Look at that nipped in banded waist! (The fact tall women even have waists is frequently lost on designers) And the v-neck. And a hem length that is demure without being nun-like, and party-ish without being "Oh my God, this dress is clearly the wrong length for us all.
bibbed tunic is just gorgeous (£34.99, 10-14). It's sold out of size 16 already, so be quick.
Dream Jeans (10-20). I'd never heard of them until I tried them on on a whim last year - oh my good grief, they're excellent. While their promise to whittle dress sizes off you came to naught, they did make my lower regions and pins look absolutely outstanding. They are - whispers it - £99. They come in five colours and are due in in six weeks time.
butterfly print dress (£49, 10-20) which is absolutely charming. There's also a robin print dress in the same shape.
eau de nil wrap dress (£49, 10-16, 18 sold out) has the sort of pattern that makes me think of Laura Ashley wallpaper. I know, because I have a charcoal version of a very similar pattern adorning my walls right this minute! This, I love. I'm a huge fan of wrap dresses, the neckline is adjustably low, and the pattern is just seriously gorgeous. It's also got a cute collar and a tie belt - win.
|Peacock print maxi, £69, 10-20|
|Tropical print dress, £69, 10-18|
Tall Girls pop-up shop: Saturday 16 March, 10am - 6pm, Knapp Gallery, Regents Park College, Inner Circle, Regents Park, NW1 4NS