November 5th was an incredibly memorable day.

The Tall Society™ hosted our third brunch event kicking off our Brunch Series! Yes, you heard it right: series! Over the new few months we will be coming to cities near you across the U.S., Canada, and Europe.

Make sure to join us and see where we are coming next HERE!

Forty-five Tall Sisters™, ranging in height from 5’8″ to 6’6″, attended the event and traveled from as far as Washington, D.C., Detroit, Philadelphia, and Canada to attend last month’s event in New York City.

It is amazing what gatherings like these brunches can do to a sister’s spirit. There was an amazing energy in the room at the event that had lasting effects on the group of women. I received a message from one of the attendees the next day and she shared that she “stood taller when she went to work on Monday.” Reading this, my week was made. This feeling of empowerment is exactly the intention of our brunches and The Tall Society as a whole.

It is so powerful that our fellowship of Tall Sisters™ can generate those feelings of belonging and community. We have so many events coming up in the next few months and I can’t wait for other Tall Sisters™ to experience that same feeling!

Check out the video — it will give you a perfect snapshot of exactly how incredible our events are! Will you join us next time?

Special thanks goes out to Alloy Apparel! Thank you for your generous contributions and for always being ready to support our efforts.

MARGE not only made sure the attendees received a super exclusive discount to their entire collection, but we all sipped on delicious rosé thanks to the MARGE team as well!

Our Tall Sisters™ left the brunch with a gift bag filled with exclusive goodies from Amalli Talli, At Last Denim, and Long Tall Sally. We are grateful for our community to be given the opportunity to try these amazing brands.

During the event, Autograf Collection and Jesse Queen also showcased their latest collections.

It was a day we will never forget! Up next: Los Angeles!



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