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Meet Your Tall Sisters Brunch™ Washington D.C. Edition

Last weekend on Saturday April 23rd, the second edition of Meet Your Tall Sisters Brunch took place in Washington DC. I don’t know where to begin to describe this amazing day.

I started Meet Your Tall Sisters brunches because I wanted to create a space where tall women have the opportunity to make in person connections with each other. I love and appreciate all the connections made on social media, but there is something to be said for being able to look someone in the eyes and have a conversation. So as I embarked on my brunch series, there were feelings of hesitation. Would my followers have the same stance on wanting to meet in person? Well my tall sisters you confirmed that initiating the Meet Your Tall Sisters Brunch has been time well spent, as we saw last weekend.

It truly was a day I will never forget, as we were able to lay the foundation for our friendships while we connected chatting about Tall Fashion, dating experiences, our personal endeavors and so much more. The sisterhood that I envisioned The Tall Society to be is coming together and I could not be more grateful and excited.

THANK YOU my tall sisters that attended, I created this for you but it would not be possible without your support. We discussed some ideas for future meetings and I will definitely keep those in mind! I am looking forward to our next meeting of the minds.

THANK YOU to our sponsors; Alloy Apparel, MARGE and Talltique for recognizing the value and importance of this initiative and their generous contributions to the giftbag. I can’t thank you enough for always supporting The Tall Society and all my efforts.

Now pictures sometimes do speak louder than words, so please enjoy these images that reflect the special day we had. Stay in the know for future events, sign up for our mailing list on the homepage.

My beloved Tall Sisters taking over the world!

 

Xoxo

bree

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