The ASOS TTYA London Collection features an inclusively sized footwear selection, which is great news for tall people.

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ASOS has joined forces with TTYA London, to launch a range of inclusively sized footwear.

The collection is available in sizes 4 – 13, so is great news for tall girls, and those with slightly larger feet.

The new collection is the broadest range of womenswear shoe sizes ASOS has ever stocked, and we can’t wait to get our hands on them.

Available to shop from October 11 at asos.com, the collection is priced from £30.

The 11 piece footwear collection is co-designed by Irene Agbontaen and ASOS.

Irene, is the powerhouse behind TTYA (Taller Than Your Average) and was created to “address a critical gap in the fashion market: tall women.”

Irene is also currently featuring in Channel 4’s new docu-reality show, Highlife which focuses on  British born Nigerians and Ghanaians.

The collection has been designed to empower customers to step in and stand tall, featuring stand out staples, and go-to styles that are perfect for everyday, and glamming up.

Heel heights range from flats to mid at 8.5cm, to high 12cm, so if you’re standing tall you can choose how high you want to go.

Serving you from date night to brunches, the gorgeous collection includes design details that will elevate your everyday look.

We’re loving the jewelled mules, chunky velvet heels, as well as wrap around sandals that can be worn a number of ways whatever your height.

Of coure, you can’t forget the over the knee boot, which is truly thigh-high and has been specifically designed for a taller leg.

You can shop the ASOS Design X TTYA collection at asos.com from October 11.

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