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When it's cold outside and you're looking to stay warm, women's tall coats are exactly what you need. The ladies jackets you'll find in my store directory are specially designed with longer sleeves and in longer lengths to fit your tall stature.
I'll have to warn you, though, with the seemingly endless variety of tall coats out there, you're probably going to need more than one. Choose from styles such as ladies blazers, pea coats, denim jackets, trench coats, cardigans, hoodies, and more. Just take a look at some of our favorites below and see for yourself. Whether you're going for an everyday look or a business professional style, you're sure to find something to love.
Eddie Bauer ($$) This is one of my favorite places to shop for tall coats. They have SO many options. While they have a few blazer styles to choose from, most of their collection is outerwear that's made to withstand any weather element...from rain jackets to fleece pullovers to both lightweight and heavy down coats. They also have parkas and trench coats. Many of their styles go up to size XXL. They often have free shipping promos as well as you get free returns to store locations. That makes it easy to try things out.
Long Tall Sally ($$) I love LTS' variety of coats on their site. They have a large ladies outerwear collection offering trendy styles such as blazers, sport coats, dress coats, trench coats, down jackets, suit jackets, and cardigans. LTS sells only tall sizes and they have tons of other clothing options for you to browse through as well.
Old Navy ($) This is a well-known company with very reasonably priced tall outerwear. Most of their styles are casual, but they do have a few blazers available as well. I've enjoyed the coats I've bought from them in the past and they have held up well. Old Navy often offers percent-off promotions which is nice for a discount and free shipping on orders over $50 plus free returns at their retail stores.
Land's End ($) This is another one of my favorite places to shop for women's tall coats. Their outerwear section is huge, plus they have a good mixture of styles including down coats, fleece jackets, rain parkas, vests, and wool coats. I've bought several of these from them before and have been pleased. You can return to any Land's End retail store or any Land's End Shop in select Sears locations.
Gap ($$) Their Tall Shop section has a nice variety of very trendy coats, jackets, and cardigans including styles such as puffers, denim, parkas, and trenches. While you're there, check out their other tall clothing as well. They have a large collection. As always, you get free shipping on orders of $50 or more plus free returns to their stores.
Banana Republic ($$) They have two categories of tall coats on their site. Their jackets section has a small but nice selection of trendy jackets, some casual and some more formal. Their blazers section includes just that, professional blazers, some of which have matching suit pants. Like with the other Gap brands, you get free shipping on orders over $50 and free returns at their retail stores.
Ann Taylor ($$) Their collection includes professional and businesswear jackets. The majority are blazers, many of which can be paired with matching pants to make a complete suit outfit.
New York & Company ($$) Check here for a selection of professional blazers which can be paired with a coordinating tall pant to complete a full suit outfit.
J.Crew ($$) Carries fashionable tall businesswear jackets, some of which go along with their suiting collection. They also have a small selection of modern, casual style coats.
JCPenney ($) Offers a variety of classic, casual style coats in their tall clothing line. You get free returns at any of their locations.
Next ($) This is a fashion-forward company which has a large line of trendy ladies tall coats. They are based in the U.K., but you can change their site to show products and pricing from over 70 different countries.
Top Shop ($$) Nice collection of casual and dressy women's coats, jackets, and cardigans in their tall section. Like Next (above), this is a U.K. company and you can switch the site to show pricing in other denominations.