Utah-based online women’s clothing retailer Poppy & Dot has new owners. Jeff and Tami Piper purchased the outlet recently from Layla Overman and Tara Thueson, who started the online women’s apparel company in 2013 and helped it grow from a small start-up run out of a basement to a warehouse-based, multi-million-dollar company.
The purchase price was not disclosed.
After living and parenting their five children in California for years, the Pipers decided to relocate to northern Utah. Jeff Piper, who also works for a tech company in San Francisco and owns Cufflink Aficionado, said he is always on the lookout for online businesses to buy and came across the listing for Poppy & Dot.
“We both love fashion and have spent many a date night shopping and trying clothes on,” Tami Piper said. “After a lot of thought and deliberation, trial and error, and a good amount of grit and determination, Poppy & Dot was purchased.”