Filling the Gap

In search of some quality basics in longer lengths? ATTT reader and fellow blogger Jessica has spotted that Gap’s Tall Collection is now available in the UK and Europe.  I love the cute printed racer-back dress and classic trench.

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Most of the trousers are cropped for summer, but at an on-trend ankle-grazing length rather than a full-on pedal-pusher.

Great to have another go-to for long-length staples. Plus, if you enter GAPSTYLE at the checkout, you can get 15% off your purchase today.

Has anyone bought from the Tall range before? Perhaps you Statesiders — for whom Gap’s Tall range is mega old news — can give us your verdict.

L xx

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12 Responses to Filling the Gap

  1. This is EXCELLENT news! Thank you Jessica and Laura!

    I wonder if they will be stocked in-store or if online only. Either way, such good news to have more things to try. I love the patterned trousers.

  2. allthetallthings

    Hey lovely Kat… just online for now (shoulda mentioned that…) but hopefully we’ll see some bits n pieces filtering through to stores. Delivery is £4 or free on orders over £75 xx

  3. The tall range came to Canada recently (online only too) and let me tell you I have slowly replaced almost my entire summer wardrobe with TALL clothes from the GAP. The fit is fantastic, it’s not just longer, it’s cut for a tall frame. They have regular sales and the quality is great. The line is on trend and many styles to flatter any figure. My only problem is resisting the urge to shop 🙂 They ship quickly and I haven’t had a mistake with an order yet. Returns are a breeze too. I wish that they would include their workout line in the tall section but I must say they do a great job of having a large selection of their line in the tall sizes. I just finished placing an order with their 30% off sale running this week.

  4. Be interesting to see what they have in for Autumn/Winter, hopefully a longer inseam. I know the summer styles are ankle-skimming & cropped but 31/32″ inseam still seems a bit short?

  5. Living in the states, I have been buying Gap tall for years. Old Navy and Banana Republic joined the bandwagon a few years ago as well. Overall, I am just happy I could find a good variety of clothes that fit. (I’m 5’11” 140lbs and have a 36″ inseam). Quality is mixed but the return policy is excellent and there are always good sales. I bought so much from the company that I ended up getting a Gap credit card. You receive coupons towards future purchases which is great. I don’t know if that is only available in the U.S. In a perfect world, every company would offer tall in everything (outerwear and blouses are harder to find). But Gap serves a very good purpose for me and they are definitely my go-to clothing company.

  6. The Gap’s tall range is pretty good. Most items are adapted from shorter styles, instead of being designed tall from the start (e.g. Long Tall Sally). At The Gap’s prices it’s a compromise I can live with. 🙂

    Their tall range is online-only in Canada (ditto Old Navy and Banana Republic), but, again, it’s a compromise I can live with. Even in the U.S. it might as well be online-only, the tall selection in stores is limited.

  7. I love the Gap! Great basics, fun trendy things. I find the sizing quite generous and for me I go a size down from normal. Now, if only they will branch out into larger shoes as well…

  8. I rely almost completely on The Gap, Old Navy, and Banana Republic for my everyday clothes. I am 6ft tall with a 36″ inseam and for the first time ever, I have a pair of trousers that I can wear with heels and have them hang at the right length. As mentioned above, every now and then you get a dud and the clothes aren’t going to last you for years and years but with the reasonable prices and the rotating selection you don’t need them to. I also love the casual dresses for the summers.

  9. So pleased Gap are finally offering their tall range in the UK. I’ve been emailing them about it for years now. I’m just hoping that they have the whole range online soon. At the moment it’s mostly basics which you can get from a number of other retailers. I’d like to see their printed shirts, tops, workwear, knitwear etc in the tall range like it is in the UK. I’d probably buy most of my clothes from Gap if the range increased, along with next and Topshop as I do now. I’ve always liked Gap clothes, but have been limited to those items that are slightly longer in length, and have never been able to buy their shirts and anything with long sleeves.

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