Every one of our dresses keeps about 30 bottles of plastic out of oceans, landfills (where it would take up to 1000 years to biodegrade), and incinerators (with toxic emissions) LEARN MORE...
Good for the planet
Less plastic for a better planet
Our Signature Piece Features
Day or Night
Perfect for meetings at the office, a night on the town, or both!
Made for you
Designed to flatter petite women from 4'11" to 5'4", and a range of different body shapes, based on extensive research of measurements for petite frames
Stretchy, soft, and breathable
Stays fresh and hygienic, because it’s anti-bacterial and odor resistant – it’s wrinkle-free and static-free too
It never wrinkles!
Easy and convenient
Machine wash and tumble dry
Nontoxic, pilling resistant and environmentally friendly
Eco-friendly Chitosante fabric, made from biomass and ~40 recycled plastic bottles, requires only 1/3 of the energy of traditionally-manufactured polyester
Floats at natural waist
Your Sugopetite Signature Piece
Shine as soon as you step into your day with your Sugopetite Tulip dress while feeling amazing to share the love for our second home (our planet). Remember that you have taken 30 plastic bottles out of landfills and the oceans with your Tulip dress. Allow yourself to sparkle with a dress that has been design to fit your petite size.
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From Our Journal
Put a Spring in Your Step with a Sweater and Leggings
March 18, 2020
The weather is warming up, but we have a ways to go before sundress season… sweaters and leggings to the rescue! This super comfortable combination will keep you warm in spring, so we’ve reached out to some of our favorite petite ladies for expert styling tips.
Get to Know Chitosante Eco-Friendly Fabric
March 10, 2020
To make Chitosante eco-friendly fabric, recycled PET from post-consumer plastic bottles is combined with biomass from crustaceans. Unlike fibers from thirsty plants, like cotton- or wood-based fabrics, this process does not use biomass that involves pesticides or insecticides – a critical step in an industry that is responsible for 24% of insecticides and 11% of pesticides used globally.