Trends come and go each season as they're heralded in by celebrities and models wearing them on the red carpet. Some of these trends are worth following, but others should stay on the runway, never to be seen on the average woman's body. The "Tall Fashion Trend Alert" articles are all designed to give you a quick look at tall celebrities who attempt to give a new look a whirl. Learn whether each new clothing style is a trend worth following and if it is, how to make it work for you.
Peach, tangerine and burnt orange are all hot colors this season, but do you think you're ready to wear an orange dress? Learn how to pull of the look in a way that won't wash you out or make you look like a pumpkin.
Yellow is an appropriate summer color, and tall women everywhere are taking advantage of the trend by carrying bright yellow accessories. Learn the advantages and pitfalls of the style.
3. Trend: Hoods
Would you wear a hooded dress or blouse to the office? Runway shows made this trend seem normal, but unless you think it's appropriate to talk to your boss while wearing a hood, it's a trend best left to sports gear and weekend attire.
Head-to-toe black may seem like more of a winter wardrobe, but tall celebrities have made black "new" again with short black shorts and strappy high-heeled sandals. With just a few hints you'll be able to look just as sexy as Cameron Diaz when pulling off this trend.
When tall women start showing up at the same event wearing very similar styles, it's probably because a trend is being born. Check out the long-sleeved mini dresses worn by Brooklyn Decker and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley to see this new fashion in action.