Sugarbritches is located at 300 South Main St. in Gordonsville, Virginia. When you pull up to the building, it has a very old feel to it, I'm not sure how old it is, but most of Main Street is Civil war era.
a newly refinished carousel horse! Isn't he a beauty? Believe me, the kids love him! As you look around you will see lots of beautiful cloths, vintage toys, new toys, lots of handmade items as well. The building has beautiful hardwood floors, and moldings that are only seen in really old buildings. It is bright and well lit, so it is easy to see everything in the store. All the items in the store are unique, they are American and European primarily.
|Sugarbritches also sells old fashioned candy! YUM!|
|See, its not just for girls!|
|Embroidery can be added to personalize clothing or gifts.|
|hand made toys|
|Clothing by Marilyn Tov @ Sugarbritches|
|I love this dress!!|
|Cute shirt right? See the hair clip? That's one of mine!|
|fun dresses, and the wardrobe is darling too, and for sale!|
|My all time favorite dress, this is made of washable silk! It is so pretty!!|
|Lots of fun toys, that tea set is a personal favorite, I've given it as a gift a few times.|
|Vintage toys too!|
|This is a beautiful wrought iron crib, the bedding is made from vintage chenille linens.|
|This is a vintage toddler bed, darling right? Again, the bedding is vintage chenille.|
|pretty hair clips (nope not mine)|
|an antique pram!|
|the newest arrivals! Don't these look like a taste of spring?|
The back half of the store is a Tea Room! This is the perfect place for little girl parties!! Jodi has a wonderful collection of dress up cloths, antique costume jewelry, and hats. A little girls dream right? This beautiful mural is the back drop for the tea table.
|dress up dress|
|trunk full of dress up goodies!|
|The perfect spot for little girls try on hats and see how pretty they look|
|costume jewelry for the kiddos to try|
So, now you have had a tour of Sugarbritches, did it make you want to visit? I hope so! It really is a wonderful store, I love going in to see what new treasures Jodi has found.