Hats have topped off women's outfits for ages.
The House of Hats in downtown Ozark opened the door to a variety of bonnets 35 years ago.
The store's owner Miss Inez Pennington says she wouldn't want to style women anywhere else.
She remembers when she and her daughter took off for Atlanta with just enough money for a tank of gas and a sandwich to study the current hat styles. Miss P doesn't think a hat is merely an accessory but the finishing feminine touch.
"Because we know a lady just don't look good unless she's fully dressed. You want to have your hat."
Miss P says a large portion of her business centers around hats for the Kentucky Derby. House of Hats offers low to high end accessories.
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