Any time we are in public or meet someone new, it doesn’t take long before the comments start about five daughters. “Are all five of you sisters?” “Whoa! Five GIRLS!” And it’s always followed by a sympathetic look towards our dad with a witty comment about expensive weddings. In our home, there’s countless hours spent doing hair, many mornings of “borrowing” clothes, and a little sister drama here and there. Having five sisters has become our family’s identity but we’ve embraced it. We have five unique personalities that all contribute something completely different to our dynamic.
For years we have had the dream to come together and create our own business using each of our strengths. Earlier this year our oldest sister, Riley, created and sold shirts for her humanitarian trip to Argentina. We all helped her through the creation, production, sales, and distribution. At that point we knew we could make this happen. So here you have the collaboration of five sisters, five personalities, and five imaginations...TAKE FIVE TEES.
And maybe someday it will fulfill our dad’s dream of paying for a wedding or two...