I'm probably older than a lot of you (at 55) and am shorter than many here. But when I was a teenager, NOTHING fit me. (They only started making longer pants for women when I was in my mid-30's.)
Generally, I gave up on finding ANYTHING in the women's department that fit. So I just started buying androgynous men's clothing.
I am about the size of the average guy for my age cohort at 5'8''. And voilà, my problem was solved. In shoes I range between a 10 and 11, women's, but the equivalent size of 9 1/2 is a very common shoe size among men. And the selection of Levi's for men with an inseam of 32" is also very common. Of course, it helps a lot that I am awfully straight up and down. (The girl parts are there: they hips are just not exceptionally prominent.)