Limanyaa Though Marie Camara is not considered “tall”, nor has she encountered many struggles throughout her life due to her height, she has a passion for creating footwear that combines both style and comfort into a size-inclusive option. That passion brought Limanyaa to life in Lyon, France in 2016. Unfortunately, most French shoe brands only […]Continue reading "Black Owned Tall Brands V"
Prissy Duck 6’0 Stephanie Foster has always been one of the tallest people growing up (school, friends, sports, etc), and outside of a short moment when she was younger, she’s pretty much always loved her height. “When I was a child, my mom said she saw me kind of slouching when I got around my […]Continue reading "Black Owned Tall Brands IV"
Every girl needs a wide variety of leggings that are comfortable and fit perfectly. Us tall girls understand how hard it can be to find pairs that check both of those boxes. Check out some of my favorites- I just know you will love them too! AND, you won’t believe it, ALL these leggings are […]Continue reading "Tall Leggings Are A Girl’s Best Friend"
Every tall #BossBabe needs a closet full of blazers, pants, and suits, but it can be a huge struggle to find different styles that fit our long legs, arms and torsos. Check out these styles that I have found and LOVE. Shop the links to get your own, #BossBabe! Check out ASOS This classic taupe […]Continue reading "#Bossbabe Workwear"
Smash Shoes Already 5’10” in the 5th grade, Ashlie Hallman struggled with confidence until she went to college. “Then, I fell in love with my height,” she stated. “Standing out from others served me well. Being tall drew attention and gave me the opportunity to develop some really great relationships.” In college, she met her […]Continue reading "Black Owned Tall Brands III"
We all know how FRUSTRATING it can be to struggle finding swimsuits that meet your needs as a tall woman. I have struggled in this department time and time again, which is why I want to share some of my most recent gems that have checked all of the boxes for me. Check out Swimsuits […]Continue reading "Tall Girl Friendly Swimwear"
We have so many favorite black owned tall brands, that we could not fit them all in one blog post! Here are a few more of those that stand out to us as notable, inclusive, and some of the best!! The Sixes Six-foot-one-inch Franci Girard started her tall clothing brand, The Sixes, in 2019. Located […]Continue reading "Black Owned Tall Brands II"
As tall women, we understand that shopping is hard- much harder than it should be. The good news is that, we have dedicated the time and effort into finding some of the best of the best tall, size inclusive clothing brands we could find in 2020, so you don’t have to. Over the coming weeks […]Continue reading "Black Owned Tall Brands"
Tall Sisters, I have gotten into the habit of listening to podcast whenever I am driving somewhere, instead of listening to music I take some time to learn something new. I would love for you to check out the below podcast. Where do you fall on the woke scale? 1619 New York Times Momentum A […]Continue reading "Podcasts to Listen To"
Tall Sisters, ready for some truth? The below are “Must Watch” films or documentaries. 13th Netflix When they see us Netflix American Son Netflix Dear White People Netflix If Beale StreetCould Talk HULU King in theWilderness HBO See you Yesterday Netflix The Hate You Give CINIMAX DOWNLOAD PDFContinue reading "What To Watch"
Tall Sisters, staying informed on recent news and keeping Anti-Racism efforts front of mind is critical to future change. Here are some accounts that I follow and have found helpful. Check them out! @blklivesmatter @eji_org @blackwomensblueprint @raicestexas @naacp @antiracismctr @colorofchange @theconsciouskid @unitedwedream @shaunking DOWNLOAD PDFContinue reading "Who to Follow"
Tall Sisters, what are you reading? There are all on my list or I have already checked them off. I strongly believe we all should always seek continuous improvement and education in life. These are a fantastic start. White Fragility: Why It’s So Hard for White People to Talk About Racism By Robin DiAngelo The […]Continue reading "Books to Read"