She turned her can’ts into cans, and her dreams into plans.
— Kobi Yamada

Working 9-5 in a corporate job, doing tasks I was mildly interested in, and commuting an hour and a half to and from work left me exhausted at the end of the day. I was trying to fit into a mold that I thought I was supposed to fit into. After continually being asked "where do you see yourself in 5 years?" in a professional setting, and never being able to give a true answer, I realized I needed to get out of the corporate mold and do something I'm passionate about. And that is exactly what I decided to do. 

Launched in July 2017, I decided to bet on myself. I took my dream of owning an online boutique (inspired and named after my dog, Lily) and turned it into reality. I wasn't just fitting a mold, I created something that was completely mine. And I finally had a true answer to "where do you see yourself in 5 years?"

Lily Belle Boutique aims to provide trendy and stylish outfits for every occasion, at just a few clicks of a button. I know how valuable your time is, and Lily Belle aims to create a seamless customer experience from start to finish. I hope you find exactly what you're looking for at Lily Belle Boutique!

-Molly, Owner, Lily Belle Boutique

Lily Belle Boutique is passionate about helping animals find their FURever home. That's why $1 of every order will be donated to several animal shelters that are near and dear to our heart. I believe that every animal deserves the chance to know love and live a happy life!

  • 2017 Donations

  • January 2018: Our donation went to Animal House Shelter, an Illinois based non-profit, no kill shelter that rescues, rehabilitates and adopts out all breeds of dogs and cats. Since 2002, over 27,000 pets have been adopted from Animal House Shelter.

  • February 2018: Our donation went to Specialty Purebred Cat Rescue (SPCR), a non-profit organization that specializes in finding quality homes for abandoned/surrendered purebred cats. SPCR is the largest rescue organization of its kind in the Midwest, and over 1,800 cats have been adopted from SPCR since 2015.

  • March 2018: Our donation went to PAWS Chicago, a non-profit organization that is focused on implementing solutions to end the killing of homeless pets and create a No Kill Chicago. Since PAWS was founded, they have united more than 48,600 cats and dogs with new families.

  • April 2018: Our donation went to Assisi Animal Foundation, a non-profit organization that is dedicated to providing shelter, care and, re-homing animals to loving, permanent homes. Assisi abides by a no-kill policy, and is dedicated to educating the public on issues that impact animal welfare.

  • May 2018: Our donation went to Wright-Way Rescue, a non-profit organization that is focused on reducing the number of homeless pets euthanized in the Midwest each year through adoption. Since it's founding in 2003, Wright-Way Rescue has placed nearly 35,000 homeless dogs, cats, puppies, and kittens in loving homes.

  • June 2018: Our donation went to MuttNation Foundation, a non-profit organization that promotes the adoption of shelter dogs and provides assistance for shelters across all 50 U.S. states. MuttNation was founded in 2009 by Miranda and Bev Lambert, and holds adoption drives at Miranda's concerts, CMA Music Fest, and the Grand Ole Opry.

  • July 2018: Our donation went to Anderson Animal Shelter, a non-profit organization that provides care for homeless pets, offers humane education programs and provides dog training. Anderson Animal Shelter was founded in 1966 and adopted out over 3,900 animals to their forever homes in 2017.

  • August 2018: Our donation went to Chicago Canine Rescue, an organization that assists the animals that are the most vulnerable in Chicago – the dogs and cats that are slated for euthanasia because they are too old, too young, too injured, have disabilities, or have simply been overlooked for too long. Chicago Canine Rescue was founded in 2001 and has saved the lives of over 6,000 dogs, puppies, cats, and kittens.

  • September 2018: Our donation went to Saving Grace NC, a non-profit organization that is dedicated to helping homeless animals in it’s community find permanent, loving homes. Saving Grace has placed over 15,000 dogs into homes since its inception in 2004.

  • October 2018: Our donation went to Alaqua Animal Refuge, a non-profit organization that is committed to serving the Emerald Coast as the premier no-kill refuge, providing protection, shelter and care to animals in need, a full-service animal adoption center, and a peaceful, proactive animal welfare advocate. Alaqua was founded in 2007 and has helped find homes for more than 15,000 animals.

  • November 2018: Our donation went to North Valley Animal Disaster Group, a non-profit organization that works with local law enforcement to take in rescued animals. NVADG evacuates, rescues and provides emergency animal shelters during disasters in Butte County.

  • December 2018:

If you would like to donate more than $1, please click the button below. Lily Belle (and the animal shelters) greatly appreciate your support!