What We Stand For


At SARAH SUE DESIGN we like to say that we use fashion as a tool for positive change. Not only do we appreciate the artistry and beauty of textiles, but we also use our platform to stand up for what is right. We believe there are many damaging aspects of the fashion industry that we do not agree with, so we pledge to try to make them better and better with our brand in whatever way we can. We are not perfect, but we will continue to learn every day, and once we know better, we will do better. We believe in creating a great, sustainable, and ethical product that we strive to improve every day. We also believe in inclusivity, especially in fashion, and strive to make clothes for as many sizes as possible. As we grow, so will our size range grow.

Additionally, being inclusive means creating a safe space for people of all ages, backgrounds, and cultures. We believe in anti-racism and anti-hate and are here for the BIPOC community (Global Majority). We affirm that Black Lives Matter and Every Child Matters. We also believe that “love is love” and that the rights of 2SLGBTQ+ communities are important. We believe that within our company and within our Studio doors, that there is no room for hate. We are actively involved in the community and give back; please check out our Ways we Support page.

We believe that as a small businesses, we have an incredible opportunity to make a positive impact on our local community. Whether it's by donating time, money, or resources, giving back to the community is a great way for us as a small businesses to show our support, appreciation and create goodwill in the community.

Our aim is to spread joy and happiness through our clothing to as many bodies as possible. We will continue to grow in a positive manner as we expand this small business.

Lots of love to you all.


Sarah Sue Design acknowledges that we are on Turtle Island.

Treaty 1 Territory, the traditional gathering place of the Anishinaabe (Ojibway), Ininew (Cree), Oji-Cree, Dakota, Anishininew, Dene and Inuit people and the Birthplace of the Métis Nation and Heart of the Métis Nation Homeland. We also acknowledge the Indigenous Peoples who do not recognize the Treaties.

*We also acknowledge that Land Acknowledgments are the bare minimum and believe ultimately in Land Back.