Whether you鈥檙e #blessed with the long, supermodel build or you can鈥檛 seem to quit your obsession with sky-high heels and moody platforms, finding a fitting denim inseam is a constant #tallgirlproblem. Getting just the right, floor-sweeping length is an issue your tailor can鈥檛 take care of 鈥 unlike for shorter girls who can get their hemlines raised like that 鈥 leaving you feeling like you鈥檙e unfairly resigned to a life of cropped cuts and flats forever. But 6鈥1鈥-model Karlie Kloss feels your pain, and is now making every tall girl鈥檚 dream jeans with her latest collaboration with Frame Denim.


The former Victoria鈥檚 Secret Angel started working with the London and LA-based denim brand in May 2012 after a convo with its co-founders about how she couldn鈥檛 find the right longer-than-standard inseam to fit her soaring frame. The result: the 鈥淔orever Karlie鈥 collection of jeans with longer 40-inch inseams (standard inseams hover around 30 inches). What started out as a two-style line featuring distressed skinny jeans and exaggerated flares has now expanded to include boyfriend jeans and shorts for pre-fall. As WWD reports, the two newer styles will offer a more relaxed look with lighter, vintage washes and roomier fit, which play right into the ongoing 鈥70s trend 鈥 perfect to slip on under a tunic or fringed kimono and, of course, with disco diva platforms. You can find the $200 styles in high-end department stores or online at net-a-porter.com.

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