Selden Market Announces Expansion and Holiday Events
Selden Market recently announced an expansion, a new retailer and fun holiday events this season.
Sugar & Grace Co., that opened this summer, will expand to a larger storefront in Selden Market. The expansion allows owner Erica Parham to add home goods, live plants, fresh cut flowers and even more workshops. The DIY bar will also be expanded beyond make-your-own candles to feature plants and flowers arrangements.
“My business has grown so much since opening at Selden Market,” said Parham. “I’ve built a strong customer base locally. Now customers will be able to combine their love for plants and candles under one roof. The new shop has a larger workshop area, and the home goods section will include handmade pillows, throws and a selection of hand-painted pottery.”
Luxury lingerie boutique, Petit à Petit (little by little in French) will open in Selden Market for the holiday season. The company, described as “The Ultimate Experience in Intimate Apparel for Women and Men,” carries styles for bridal, lingerie, hosiery, lounge and sleepwear, maternity, post-surgery solutions and even undergarments for men. The full-service boutique offers bra fitting appointments, virtual shopping, fashion events, gift registry, studio services, curbside pickup and concierge services
Selden Market Holiday Shop & Events
Opening on Small Business Saturday, Nov. 28, Selden Market will feature a pop-up Holiday Shop curated by the Selden Market team. The shop will feature some favorite brands and products from Virginia-based designers and makers. The shop will be open through Christmas Eve.
Selden Market enters its fourth holiday season packed full of the best small, local shopping in the area. Enjoy strolling carolers, holiday photo-op area, a full train exhibit, 100+ rotating shops and events every weekend. Guests can sample festive food and beverages from one of the several vendors and shops such as Vessel Craft Coffee, local favorite S’mores Amore or The Stockpot Norfolk.
Selden Market is practicing increased distancing, limited capacity, alternative shopping methods, face mask requirements and more to ensure the safety of all guests, tenants and their employees.