This Little Lady Just Became One Of The Youngest Founders To Hit Walmart Shelves

Lily Adeleye is officially the youngest founder amongst Walmart’s Black-owned business initiative through her children’s accessory line — Lily Frilly.

Lily is taking after her mogul mother, Courtney Adeleye — Founder and CEO of The Mane Choice — as she’s experiencing her brand’s second retailer launch success since hitting Target shelves last year.

"Lily Frilly started out as a brand my daughter Lily & I created. I’ve always believed it’s important to let your children follow their passions...
...Now, Lily Frilly has become so much more than just that – it’s become a brand children love, as well as a symbol of inspiration and confidence for young girls as well as for the black community...
...It’s amazing to see what kids can do, and we’re so glad Walmart is providing this platform to give Lily Frilly the room and attention it warrants.” 

Along with its introduction to Walmart, Lily Frilly has launched new designs, including the Candy Rush Hair Bow, Galaxy Girl Hair Bow, Gold & Glitter Hair Bow, and the Safari Party Hair Bow.

The brand’s overall mission is to encourage the next generation of girls to dream big & know that age is nothing but a number when it comes to accomplishing their goals & looking good while doing so.

According to the company, at just six-years-old, Lily is breaking barriers in the latest launch that Walmart is over the moon about.

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