Tall Sisters!

The only community for Tall Girls & Women Worldwide uniting our #TallTribe through IRL events.

tall women's community


The Tall Society hosts worldwide events that are special opportunities for our Tall Sisters™ to connect in person.


Lynda Mallory

IT Project Manager

The tall society is a community of tall women who are all doing great things and connecting on all levels personally, through networking, and business. We have built connections over the years that I feel will last a lifetime.

Whitney Dosty

Swimsuit Designer/ Athlete

It’s the only community I know that you can actually get together and meet other ladies that are tall. It’s nice to be able to listen and share relatable stories from growing up tall, shopping tall and other experiences as a tall women.

Katharine Henner


The Tall Society encourages body positivity, no matter what height or size you are. There is a confidence you feel when clothing actually fits your frame, so this community is asking designers to notice us and finally design for our size. Extended size shoes, too.

Chidinma Coleman


Connecting with women from diverse backgrounds, professions, to uplift and empower each other.

I would encourage women who are looking to network with other women who share similarities and differences while embracing their commonality in height.

Christine Parent


A place where I feel I belong. I wish something like this had existed when I was a teen and 20-something trying to navigate a world where I didn’t feel I fit in.

Marva Hanks

Servant Leader

The content goes beyond fashion and shows “us” in all forms of our top top glory! I have pointed many mothers of young #talltribers to TTS for encouragement about all options for their daughters. The sky is truly the limit on what you can explore once you meet sisters of all hues shapes sizes languages gifts and talents! Although the game of basketball was once seen as a “must” do activity for our young women (it’s been good to me) it is not the gatekeeper for a tall woman’s success.

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Nowadays body positivity and self-love is at the forefront of the media, yet 6’4 Bree Wijnaar did not see anyone that looked like her pictured. Where were all the tall girls at?


The site offers so much. Not only do people share funny and empowering stories, but they have regular reviews on the latest and best fashion options for tall women. They also organize meetups that they call the “Meet Your Tall Sisters Brunch.” (Tell me, what is better than brunch?)


Receiving emails from tall woman all over the world, that express they are appreciative there is a new online platform out there specifically for them. This truly makes my day and makes it all worth it. It was always something I wanted to do, and I am incredibly grateful that I was able to realize this dream and fulfill this purpose.


There really is a women’s movement aimed towards the empowerment of tall women. And as I’ve come to find out, this new movement of women, well, ‘Tall Sisters are setting up shop across the U.S and Canada, all in the name of creating a community of women with one thing in common, their height.


My favorite thing about style is that it has the ability to inspire others while you’re out walking around on the street. You might see someone embracing their tastes and enjoying their body, and feel a zing that makes you think, “Hmm, maybe I can do that, too.”


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