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Belle Ever After

Belle Ever After

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10:00-6:00 Monday-Friday, 10:00-4:00 Saturday-Sunday
573.883.7100
lat: 37.9800021 long: -90.0433188

What to wear?!  Belle Ever After Boutique carries clothing, jewelry, shoes & more for women & girls. Sizes vary from Small to 3X in ladies and various sizes for girls. Come check out the latest fashions and remember that “Your YOU is what makes you Beautiful”

With Belle Ever After, shopping will never be the same again! Have the most enjoyable shopping experience! Shop our hand-selected clothing and accessories that will help you feel confident and beautiful!

Belle Ever After is SOOO much more than clothes. YES, we have cute clothes, but we are about building a community of confident, loving individuals who feel good in their own skin, who SHOW UP in life, who wake up each morning full of gratitude, and who are intentional with their day.

Remember…. {You are Beautiful}

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Front Loop

lat: 38.82679 long: -90.21614
New Haven Public Access

lat: 38.61434 long: -91.21069
Fort Osage Historic Park

lat: 39.1864762 long: -94.1928602
Taylors Landing

A boat ramp to the beautiful Missouri River with a peaceful view of the river.

lat: 38.94831 long: -92.53559
Klondike Park River Access

lat: 38.5840552 long: -90.8200764
Arrow Rock

lat: 39.0685825 long: -92.9457706
Klondike to Mississippi River

lat: 38.58395 long: -90.81858
The Gateway Arch

lat: 38.6254157 long: -90.1881888
Trail of Tears to Cairo

The path taken by Chief John Ross on his way to Cairo. (https://www.hmdb.org/m.asp?m=161480)

lat: 37.45684 long: -89.46319
Tower Rock

lat: 37.63554 long: -89.51586
Trail of Tears Memorial

Explore the Trail of Tears State Park to delve into a somber chapter in American history. Here, nine Cherokee Indian groups crossed the harsh winter Mississippi River in 1838-1839 during their forced relocation to Oklahoma.…

lat: 37.4439902 long: -89.468381
Trail of Tears Nature Trail

 Here, nine Cherokee Indian groups braved harsh winter conditions while crossing the Mississippi River in 1838-1839, marking a sorrowful chapter in American history. The park also has: shaded picnic sites, hiking and horse trails, opportunities to fish…

lat: 37.4388916 long: -89.480974
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