I’m 17, wearing flats in this picture and 6’1” and I absolutely hate it. I always feel so uncomfortable around everyone else and no guys are tall in my school. People comment in my height daily and I just want them to stop. I just wish I could be a normal size.
Sorry this is blurry.
This is what happens when I wear heels. I’m 6’ without them. Stupid water fountain.
All you tall girls embrace it! I’m 6’2” with bright red hair and irish skin. As you can tell by my collage, my height has given me the chance to play volleyball in college and I’ve even done some modeling for a close friend of mine! Embrace your height- there’s so much you can do with it! What can I say? I come from a tall family (especially my 15 year old brother-6’6”)
Use it to your advantage, because it’s truly a gift from God.
“Oh you’re so tall.”
Like I didn’t realise, moron.
Okay, so hello lovely tall relatable people:) I don’t really know how this works or of I’m doing any of this right but… Here I am… I don’t actually know my exact size, I know it’s over 10’10 but I stopped measuring my self a long time ago… So I’m just tall. Being tall is really good, who wouldn’t want to be tall but it does come with a few problems. This is me with one of my closest friends, she is naturally short and I’m naturally tall… Put us together and WHAM is like a horror film… People think I’m her babysitter sometimes… I’ve been to group photoshoots where they have made a mockery of my height. Just last week I was walking into mcDonnalds and a group of lads were stood around the door one screamed: WOOW WHO’S THAT?!?! GIAAAAAANNNNNTTT. I have actually squished the smaller students at school by accident, yes it was an accident;) For any school photo it’s TO THE BACK…. Being tall is extremely food, buying jeans and shorts however aren’t. I wear a lot of heigh wasted things to… Making my legs looks huge and I adore heels making me so much bigger… Love being tall but there is a few downsides… Tall girl problems.
This is me (5’11”) and my little big sister (5’6”) as you can see we got totally different genetics even down to hair colour, but we’re still really close even though we now live in different parts of the country. The only thing that sucks about our height difference is we can’t share clothes.
This is myself and my very best friend of 6 years. I am 6’0”, 20 years old and she is 5’6”, 19 years old. It took me until my high school graduation two years ago to fully accept my height, but I wouldn’t trade it for the world. She is my “Shorty” and I am her “Super Model”. She has been the shoulder to lean on and to turn to when I needed encouragement about my height. I love her and I love my height.
Love your height, you can’t change it, but it can change you. Make sure it’s a change for the better because you will love your life so much more for it.
This is me, I’m 5”9 and still wear heels. Even though it’s hard to find dresses that are long on me, I get pains in my long legs all the time and even though I tower over all my friends, I’ve learnt to embrace it! Never be ashamed of your height!
These are pictures from 2012-2013. I was supposed to stop growing last year, guess that didn’t happen. ;) My dad has always encouraged me to stand tall and feel good about myself, and I think everyone deserves to have someone to simply tell them that being tall is more than okay! I’m proudly 6’ 1” and I wouldn’t change my height for the world! :) I just love this blog, and reading other people’s stories are so encouraging! :)!!
a cute photo of my grandmother and I. I’m the one standing behind her, (duh :D ) she’s barely 5’4 and I’m 6’0. I’m 12 1/2 in this photo.
Jess (left) is 17 & approx. 6’1”. I’m (right) 14 & approx. 5’11”. We met on twitter because of our height & then realized we lived twenty minutes away from each other. I don’t know about you, but finding other tall girls is a tall girl solution. (: