Stepping through the door of Anastasia's Attic sweeps you back to a time of yesteryear as the smell of heady perfumed air wafts over you. This is my favorite shop in the world, yes, the world, and I realize that this is a lofty statement unto itself, but this beautiful boutique is more than fitting enough for the Russian Princess it is named after. This is yet another incredible shop in beautiful Gardner Village in West Jordan, Utah, and I am fortunate enough to live only minutes away.
Anastasia's Attic will make you feel as though you have stumbled across the treasure trove of Anastasia Romanov. Jeweled frames, Victorian cloaks, hats with feathers and gauze, tiaras and crowns, jewelry from France..those are just some of the exquisite treasures that await you upon your arrival. The shop, which is an historic home, is filled with Christmas pieces now that include dazzling old world decorations, charming signs, stockings, candles and unique gifts galore...and that is in just one room. The shop opens up into an extravaganza of jewelry from France that includes gemstone necklace sets, feminine compacts, perfume bottles with jeweled tops, beautiful hair accessories and more. Another section treats you to tantilizing scents of essential oils, potpourri, soap from France, linen sprays, fairy dust, bath petals and a new line of beautiful candles, perfumes and lotions from Lollia.
As you step through into the back room you will enter into a mouthwatering array of shabby/cottage style accessories such as rose covered teasets, rose covered clocks, Victorian hats and modern Victorian clothes (I have several of their gorgeous skirts and tops!), glass domes, silver tongs and tea accessories, yummy jams and lemon curds from England and the sweetest baby clothes that you have ever seen!
Beautiful classical music soothes you as you walk through each special room with sparkling chandeliers overhead. They also believe in fairies at Anastasia's Attic and you probably won't leave without a sprinkling of fairy dust on your cheek in the shape of a heart. If you are ever in Utah, do let me know...we'll go together! Until next time, ~Stacy~ xo