TallGirls.co.uk Pop Up Shop

*Update: A/W '16 Pop Up Shop dates for your diary can now be found here. 

Summer's arrived... how did that happen so quickly?! Time seems to be flying by. I've been very aware lately that my poor blog has been a bit neglected this year (I blame the small fluffy one!) but I'm hoping to turn that around a bit now.

Several (oops) weeks ago I went to the TallGirls.co.uk pop up shop in Warrington. I wasn't sure what to expect, I'd heard a bit about the brand but I'd never yet seen the clothes on my favourite tall blogs and no one I know had ever purchased from the site. So it was a bit of a shopping adventure into the unknown...

I'd also never attended a pop up shop before and wasn't sure what to expect from the experience. While not everything was my personal style, the selection was huge and catered to so many different tastes.

I spent hours trekking to and from the changing rooms trying on different things. In the end though I behaved myself and came away with just a few items. (You can see one of them in this post)

I have to give a special mention to the jeans and jeggings - I've lamented before about the struggles of having a size 10 waist and size 12 hips - but Tall Girls provided so many different styles and fits that I now own 2 extra pairs.

I don't have the usual shoe-woes of a tall girl but every now again I spot a style in a tall store that makes me wish I did (or that the store offered it in small sizes too.)

I am a bit behind the times with this post but many of the items below are still available online.
Happy Shopping! x


  1. What a great overview of the pop-up. I have yet to try Tall Girls so it was nice to hear about some of the pieces. Can't wait to see what you bought!

    1. Our Next Pop Up Dates are now on our website Beth if you get a chance to come to one it would be great to meet you - Joanne

  2. Thanks Beth! I didn't go too crazy - I mostly bought essentials that I can mix and match (taking a leaf out of your book!)


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