New boutique opens in Enon

The Village of Enon might be small, but business owner Shauna McCoy has big dreams for the Dragonfly Boutique.

The locally owned boutique features about 50 vendors, each with their own unique products.

The location also houses a salon.

“My mother opened The Color Loft three years ago about a mile down the road,” says McCoy. “She is wanting to retire. She wanted me to take over the salon. I told her I would if we could find a bigger place that had room for a boutique."

And that's exactly what they did. Dragonfly Boutique is located at 7080 Dayton Road in Enon.

And, McCoy continued to work full time at Super Scout Specialists, just a minute from the boutique.

In addition to adding the boutique to the larger space, McCoy says she also just hired a lash technician and additional hair stylists.

“We are having our 25 days of Christmas giveaway this month,” says McCoy. “Every day we spotlight a different vendor and tell a little bit about them.”

Dragonfly Boutique vendors offer products such as clothes, purses, toys, crafts, freeze dried candy, crystals and more.

“I work the boutique for a few hours every night and all day on Saturdays and Sundays,” says McCoy, who explained the business is a family affair. “My daughter goes to Wittenberg University full time. She works a few hours every day at the boutique. My mother opens and works a few hours in the mornings.”

Dragonfly Boutique is open Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday 10 a.m. until 7 p.m. Saturday and Sunday 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. It is closed on Mondays.

“Enon is amazing! Everyone is so sweet,” says McCoy. “Everyone who shops in seems to love our cute little boutique. I have big dreams for the boutique.”
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Lifelong Clark County resident Darci Jordan is a freelance writer and former staff writer/columnist for the Springfield News-Sun. She is a graduate of The Ohio State University with a bachelor of science degree in Agriculture Communications. She currently also serves as a writer for the Clark State Community College marketing department. She enjoys time with her family, horses and Ohio State football. Go Bucks!