Little Dapper Dudes thanks to Baby Bow Tie


As a working wife & mom, Kat Armstrong understands that sometimes the littlest things can make the biggest difference in our hectic lives.

Baby Bow Tie was born out of that feeling. Inspired by her own little gentleman, she set out to create affordable, high quality accessories for littles without compromising on style. She believed a sense of fun is key to making the most of this precious time, and she could not be more excited to share that vision with your family through Baby Bow Tie.

Kat outside Milk and Honey boutique for a Baby Bow Tie trunk show recently

In 6 short months, Baby Bow Tie can be found at over 30 retail boutiques and at major department stores like, Neiman Marcus and Nordstroms. Being in the fashion business for awhile (not telling you how many years :) accomplishing this alone is an astonishing feat! Kat Armstrong is one smart business women who also balances her blooming business, runs a ministry Polishdallas and has a family! Whew….that makes me tired just typing it out….

She is a woman of great faith and has a heart for others! It is so refreshing to meet other like minded women of faith that also own their own business. When we sat down to have lunch for the first time, it was like we had known each other forever. She also blessed me with her prayers and her invitation to speak at Polishdallas


These bow ties are some of the best tailored bow ties I have seen and also come in THE coolest fabrics!

So check out her amazing assortment here at Baby Bow Tie

At Polishdallas with Kat interviewing me earlier this month – fashion + faith = pure JOY!

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