Greenwood's designer boutique with your favorite (fun!) lines such as Lilly Pulitzer, Southern Tide, Karlie, Articles of Society, Buddy Love, Britt Ryan, LaRoque, Joy Joy and more.
Sugar first opened it's doors along the quaint brick street known as Waller Avenue in April 2008. In 2015 we moved to a larger space just across Uptown located within the historic Textile Building at 334 Main Street. Uptown Greenwood was recently named 1 of 15 Great Places in America by the America Planning Association!
The boutique’s name is inspired by Southern women, who are both chic and sweet, so get ready to sprinkle your closet with a little Sugar. One visit will leave you craving more.
About the Owner
Sandi McClain, a fashionista with a flair for business, has dreamed of owning a retail boutique since she was a little girl. Born in Greenwood & raised in Abbeville, she began conceptualizing her dream shortly after college and finally made it a reality in April 2008. One of her favorite quotes is by Coco Chanel: "In order for one to be irreplaceable, one must always be different".
McClain’s unique and very different vision is to provide a gorgeous, inviting setting for customers, just as if they were walking into a welcoming Southern home. Combine that with beautiful clothing, sweet service + treats and you’ve got Sugar, "the fashion you crave".
McClain is a graduate of the University of South Carolina. She is a member of Who's Who Among Business Professionals, Executives, and Entrepeneurs and was recently honored as SC's Small Business Associations Young Entrepeneur of the Year for 2012 as well as the 8 region Young Entrepeneur award recipient.
She resides in the quaint neighboring town of Due West with her husband Chad and two sons, Cade (6) and Charlie (3).