NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Can a clothing line help unite Nashville women? NaSHEville thinks so!
Mattie Selecman and Brooke Tometich have a heart for women. Tometich is a former hair stylist turned marketing professional. She's also a mom.
"We got placed with the most beautiful baby girl," she said, "It was extremely hard. A lot of messy legal things going on."
It was during this "messy time" Tometich says she wanted to combine her personal and professional lives.
"Marketing, ministry, beauty or adoption. There was no way for me to just put them all together," she said.
It came together as "NaSHEville," a clothing line dedicated to all the "Shes."
Co-founder Selecman says they had a mission to give back to orphans, widows and victims of sex trafficking.
They're issues that hit close to home, with Tometich's recent adoption and Selecman, who recently lost her husband, leaving her a young widow.
"I know how that people feel and I know the grief that that they're going through," said Selecman.
The founders say they've partnered with several area non-profits that share their mission; Love One International, End Slavery Middle Tennessee, and the Modern Widows Club.
And say while Nashville is where the brand began - they hope to grow.
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