Daughter and mother Hope and Michelle Huber launched And a Little Hope Boutique in 2020 as an online shop selling clothing during Hope’s senior year in high school.

Hope said at age 18, she was determined to start her own business instead of going to college.

“My senior year while I was doing soccer and school, we started online doing pop-ups and markets,” Hope said.

After stumbling upon a little building in Pearland off of Hwy. 35 and FM 518, they opened a physical store in June 2021.

Hope said she believes the boutique has what teenagers and youth want to wear with bright, colorful and trending clothes. Hope is the buyer for all items in the store and stays up to date with styles on social media such as TikTok, where the boutique has over 2,300 followers.

Hope said it is not just a clothes boutique: It also carries items such as party decor, earrings and seasonal holiday gifts. The boutique also partners with Pearland High School’s cheerleaders and prancers for spirit days, offering them a percentage back of all sales.

Hope said she is confident the clothes at her boutique help teens of all sizes feel good.

“Our main focus is to get girls to be comfortable in the skin God created for them,” Hope said.

Additionally, when Hope was 11, she was introduced to Streethearts, a Christian group from Haiti that helps homeless children in their home country.

By the time Hope was 16, she raised money for a mission trip by making T-shirts with an “A Little Hope” design on them, laying the foundation for the boutique years later, Michelle said. Today, a percentage of all sales go to Haiti to help Streethearts.

And a Little Hope Boutique

2314 N. Main St., Pearland



Hours: Tue.-Fri. 10 a.m.-6 p.m., Sat. 10 a.m.-5 p.m., closed Sun.-Mon.