Designing couture for preteen girls gives Sally Miller a unique perspective on fashion. Not only must Miller take into consideration that tweens quickly outgrow their clothing — both literally, and as a matter of taste — but she must also appeal to the preferences of her customers’ equally particular parents. Rather than shrink grown-up designer clothing styles down to size, Miller pays closer attention to girls’ changing figures. Launched in 2007, her collection includes lace baby-doll dresses, paisley print tops, leggings, and other designs inspired by Miller’s own free-spirited daughters. A shirred panel here, a cascade of ruffles there, layers of chiffon: each detail reflects refinement and modernity while remaining age-appropriate.
Go anywhere this summer with a versatile edit of dresses for every occasion.
Silk shirtdresses, maxi skirts, and more casual-chic styles you'll wear everywhere this season.
Looking stylish on your days off has never been easier thanks to this mix of throw-on-and-go frocks. Grab your favorite ankle booties and outfit yourself in striped jersey minis, buttoned silk shirtdresses, colorblocked shifts, and more effortlessly chic picks.
Sally Miller takes design advice from her own daughters when crafting these tween-pleasing styles, so even the fussiest fashionistas will love this selection. The colorblock dress with ruffle detail shows that a little embellishment goes a long way. Plus tweens can mix and match the casual V-neck tees with any type of bottoms, and complete the look with stud earrings or an initial necklace.