About

I started sewing over ten years ago to create well-made, fitted clothing for myself, and I created my line, Sally Esposito Designs, to create them for you asSally Esposito well. Each one-of-a-kind item is handmade by yours truly using high quality, locally sourced or vintage fabrics. Each item I make starts with a vision, ends with a purpose, and has a long future ahead. My goal is to design gorgeous, one-of-a-kind pieces you’ll adore for years to come.

You can find my ready-to-wear designs at Stripe in downtown Santa Cruz, California. Custom sizes and fabrics are available.

I also have extensive experience styling for private clients to help you create a well-loved and flattering wardrobe.

To see a selection of my work styling for film, print, and online, click here.

Contact:
sallyesposito@gmail.com
706.969.2783

A glance inside my studio…

In my other life, I work for an awesome biodiversity conservation non-profit called Island Conservation. Check it out!

3 thoughts on “About

  1. Hi Sally!

    I work for 25/7 Productions — an LA-based TV company (The Biggest Loser, The Vineyard, Flip Men). We’re doing a new show for a major cable network about brides who make their own wedding dresses. I would love to Skype interview you about your experience making your beautiful dress! Would you be willing to do a little Skype with us? And/or do you know any other DIY Brides who’d like to chat? Please let me know if you’d like to talk! Email me at holly@257tv.com. Thanks for your time! I hope to hear from you soon!

    Best,
    Holly Golden
    Development Producer
    25/7 Productions
    257tv.com

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