If anyone from Banana Republic happens to be reading this, God bless you for the tall sweaters. For the first time in my life, I am typing in a women's sweater that does not leave 2 or 3 inches of wrist flapping in the wind. And any other clothing manufacturers who want to think about expanding their lines of tall offerings into more of their sweaters, jackets, and t-shirts . . . well, tall women have higher earnings than average, is all I'm saying. I am prepared to become a slavishly loyal consumer of any store that will allow me to walk into their store and buy any piece of clothing I want without worrying about inseams, sleeves, or waists that fall somewhere around my upper ribcage. Just something to think about.

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