Doss opens Three Daughters on Main

 Shaniqua Doss, Janeka Collins, their mother Deloris Doss and Shelisa Doss are the owners of West Point's newest shop: Three Daughters on Main.
Staff Writer

Three Daughters on Main opened its doors Feb.16, with a ribbon-cutting ceremony in front of the shop, surrounded by friends and well wishers.

"We had a great crowd for the ribbon cutting," Deloris Doss, owner together with her daughters, said. "We were so happy that so many people came out to support us."

Doss said she had always wanted to do something as a business that would be a legacy she could leave to her daughters.

"I did a lot of praying and this seemed to be the direction the Lord was leading me to go," Doss said. "The girls all had input on the shop and it was amazing to see the dream I had come to pass. We've been working on the interior for a about a month to prepare for the ribbon cutting."

Doss said the shop carries men's and women's clothing, with women's clothing in sizes extra small to plus sizes, in order to have something to appeal to everyone.

"We are getting new shipments in weekly," Doss said. "If we don't have what you are looking for, we can get it. Our clothes are perfect for church, for wearing to work, and we are getting in more casual attire like T-shirts with positive messages for casual Fridays."

Janeka Collins said she has an eye for creativity and style. She picked out the colors and the style for the interior of the shop. She said she is more inclined in the direction of interior design.

"We all put our heads together to make this work," Doss said. "We all brought something to the table to make the shop what it is."

Shaniqua Doss said she is into young and contemporary fashions. She enjoys picking out items she believes other young women would like to have in their wardrobe.

"We want to offer fashionable clothing at a reasonable price," Doss said. "I want to give people a reason to shop here in West Point, not have to go out of town if you need something nice for work or a special event."
Doss said her parents were employed with the West Point School District and her family is very community minded.

"I was raised to be very community oriented," Doss said. "I raised my children to be that way, as well. We are very happy to be part of the West Point community."

Shelisa Doss helped with the design of the shop and with the choosing of a name. Deloris Doss said with having three daughters and locating the shop on Main Street, that the name was perfect.

Doss said she wanted to thank her pastor, Charles Davidson, of Town Creek M.B. Church and her family for all the support they extended to her during the preparation phase for Three Daughters on Main.

"We look forward to our business being a blessing to the community," Doss said. "We look forward to serving the community with their clothing needs. We will have a grand opening soon."

Three Daughters on Main is open 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. Monday - Friday, 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. Saturday.