Katy Lewis and her husband Scotty moved to Headland three years ago. When the Lewis family moved to Headland, they had high hopes of living in an area where family and friends are top priority.
“We absolutely love Headland,” Katy said. “I am Headland’s biggest fan. The area is everything we could have ever have expected and more. I am pleased to say I am a Headland resident, and now, I am happy to say I am a Headland business owner as well.”
Lewis recently opened a little boutique on the square, Polka Dots and Lace. The theme may fool you into believing it is a children’s store, but it is not. Polka Dots and Lace is a dress store suited for females from teens to their 40s.
“The name of the store was used as my theme for our wedding, and I wanted to carry that over,” Lewis said. “We have clothing that will suit teen females all the way to older females in their 40s. We have a wide trending selection of clothing for several occasions, whether it’s a casual luncheon date outfit or that little special dinner date outfit that you hope turns his head.”
Polka Dots and Lace also has a wide selection of accessories, whether it is jewelry, purses or scarves.
“I believe in offering locally handmade items,” Lewis said. “I have scarves that have been made locally as well as jewelry. This gives our local talent a chance to display their creations.”
Polka Dots and Lace also offers one more service to the Headland community.
“I am also a licensed cosmetologist,” Lewis said. “So, I have also included a salon as part of the services available at Polka Dots and Lace. The salon will offer cuts and hair coloring, not to mention special occasion moments, such as prom and wedding styles.”
Polka Dots and Lace is located on the square. Hours of operations are Monday, 11 a.m.-3 p.m. (salon closed); Tuesday, Friday, 11 a.m.- 6 p.m.; Saturday, 11 a.m.-2 p.m.
For more information on store hours and services, call 693-5289.
“We want to thank Katy for opening her boutique here in Headland,” said Gail DeFee, president of the Headland Area Chamber of Commerce. “Headland is continuing to grow, and we are all glad to be a part of the Headland’s progress. Thank you for having faith in our town and for being our biggest fan.”