The Sally Miller brand is designed for smart, savvy tweens and teens who love fashion and appreciate great quality and fit. Since its inception, the fashion-forward brand has garnered a strong following among celebrity tweens and teens, including Malia and Sasha Obama, Rowan Blanchard, Maddie Ziegler, Kenzie Zeigler, Chloe Lukasiak, Kendall Vertes, Nia Sioux, Lauren Orlando, Francesca Capaldi, Aubrey Miller, Kyla Drew, Nikki Hahn, Madison Hu, and more...
Offering contemporary sportswear and dressy designs (under the Sally Miller Couture label), the collection is created by award-winning designer Sally Miller, a graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design.
With over 20 years in the making, Fall 2007 marked the debut of Sally Miller, a brand fully owned and operated by the designer. In 2014, the Sally Miller brand grew up with its tween customers with the addition of a juniors’ collection.
From its very first season, the Sally Miller collection has been creating a stir. The brand launched with retail powerhouses Neiman Marcus, Bloomingdale's, Nordstrom, Saks Fifth Avenue and Lord and Taylor. Additionally, Sally Miller has managed to maintain a strong boutique business with specialty shops, and opened its own flagship boutique in New Jersey, established an international ecommerce site and developed Fashion Academy, Inc., an educational initiative featuring interactive workshops designed to build self esteem while teaching girls all aspects of the fashion industry.
Creating a collection that is both modern and age appropriate is the secret to Sally's success at retail. She satisfies the tastes of both her tween and teen customers and their moms by offering trendy, comfortable choices girls can wear alone or put together with other items from the line or from their own closets.
A mother of two daughters, Sally is passionate about nurturing a girl’s independent spirit. She is committed to making tweens and teens feel good about themselves at a time when they are rapidly changing and growing, both physically and emotionally. Sally realizes there is still peer pressure surrounding how a girl dresses. Since they are getting a lot of different messages about what looks good, she believes it is important to offer clothing that helps them find and stay true to themselves.
Everyone expresses who they are through what they choose to wear, so giving girls great choices is key. At the heart of Sally's designs is the belief that there is nothing more important than helping to empower tweens and teens to celebrate their own unique selves. ♥