SARA JOY

experience the joy of endless summer with a stunning new accessories collection. each piece created from unique special artwork. spark your inner glow.

LOVE YOU, MOTHER EARTH

In an effort to be environmentally conscious our collection is manufactured in limited quantities.

All waste fabric is transformed into new product, never disgarded.

We print our wearable art onto fabric using digital technology - which uses less water and is better for the planet.

OUR FOUNDER

Artist. Designer. Mama of 2.

Here to bring joy into your life.

JOY + JUSTICE

Joy + Justice by Sara Joy was created to make a joyful difference in the lives of women. We will seek out organizations that are committed to helping mothers and their families, who need support in health care, mental care and basic essentials. A percentage of profits will be donated to help these women get the support they need.

NEW AND EXCITING PRESS

Westchester Magazine June 2021

Westchester Magazine June 2021

Get Beach-Ready With This Ardsley Resident’s Colorful Resort Wear

"Mom and Westchester resident Sara Annapolen creates Sara Joy, a resort-wear line inspired by her multicolored artwork.

Whether you’re beach-bound or not, elevate your summer wardrobe with cheerful and vibrant accessories by Ardsley resident Sara Annapolen. Her resort-wear line, Sara Joy, features caftans, sarongs, scarves, and hair accessories in bold colors and patterns.

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Pix 11: Gifts of Love For The Home

Pix 11: Gifts of Love For The Home

While Valentine’s Day may be all about spending love and gifting your beloved someone with chocolate and flowers, you may want to gift them some items to help them spread that love within their home.

Founder of Hustle Like a Mom, Pamela Pekerman, offered some recommendations to PIX11 and the uniqueness behind them all.

Shop the segment today!

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NECN: NBC Boston with Maria Sansone

NECN: NBC Boston with Maria Sansone

"Experiment with Color Therapy

Color therapy and healing is not a new concept, it has been used for hundreds of years. The idea is that color can impact mood. Pamela finds that wearing bright colors adds positivity and her favorite are scarves from Sara Joy.  "

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