Forever On The Move

“Walking in confidence, regardless of the status of our lives – this is a beautiful thing” – Abigale B.

Description is provided in the body of the post.A couple of weeks ago we heard from the lady herself. Today Abigale’s agent gives us her exciting back story. Enjoy!

Abigale (Abby) is a bold and stylish fashion icon who walks in confidence – and of course always with her white cane – reflecting the beauty of blind and visually impaired sisters throughout the world. A true fashionista who radiates a level of hip sophistication, Abby is forever on the move, providing tips and techniques, answering questions and moderating discussions about style and fashion. Due to her vast experience and life adventures, Abby also helps us change the way we perceive blindness with the goal to improve humanity, one attitude at a time.

So what’s in a name? – Abigale springs from “Abilities” + “Nightingale” reflecting her boundless Abilities since she certainly doesn’t let her blindness define her; and Nightingale – the small ordinary bird best known for its extraordinary and beautiful song of the night and for being an important symbol of freedom and joy for authors and poets throughout time. And what does the “B” stand for? Abby won’t say, but many speculate that it might stand for Bold, Blind or Beauty, or perhaps it just means to “Be” – all you can be.

Abby’s Fortitude – Abby evolved into the on-the-move fashion icon she is today after experiencing what can only be described as an exceptional growth spurt from infancy to a young stylish woman of indeterminate age. Even though she was diagnosed with a rare genetic eye disease that has stolen a large portion of her sight, Abby was determined to not let this set her back. Rather she decided to embrace her blindness, access the tools available for the blind and visually impaired, and move forward with her life.

Global Adventures – After graduating magna cum laude from her Ivy League school in business and law, Abby immediately landed at a prestigious global law firm on Wall Street and advanced to managing partner. This would be enough for most women, let alone those with a disAbility, but Abby felt there was more to life than just business, so she took a much-needed hiatus from the high-pressured corporate world and became an avid adventurer, traveling the four corners of the world. Abby scaled the highest mountains, sailed the stormy seas, explored the deepest caverns, strutted the runways of the major fashion capitals of the world, met a diverse array of people from all walks of life, and even led a jazz trio as a popular singer!

Putting it all together – With these incredible experiences under her belt, Abby was ready to combine her well-honed business and legal skills with her passion for fashion and apply it all to something important to her – empowering other women with blindness to be all they can be. So now she is putting her wicked mad skills to work as a fashionista here at where she will provide tips and techniques, answer questions and moderate the discussion on fashion and style.

In Her Spare Time – When Abby isn’t working or volunteering at a children’s school for the blind, she enjoys painting (yes, blind people can paint!). She now resides in a beautiful and comfortable home with fashionable décor from her travels all over the world, along with the love of her life, Alexis, her adorable Yellow Lab, a retired guide dog.

Finding AbbyAbby can be found exclusively here at, the site that brings women together to share in the beauty of fashion and style in a community that encourages empowerment and camaraderie. The added benefit of connecting the sighted and non-sighted worlds helps eradicate misconceptions and long-held stereotypes about people with blindness or vision loss.

Abby can also help you find great fashion and style items at her very cool e-commerce site Abigail Style, where she lets your attitude dictate your fashion direction with stylish apparel and related merchandise designed by visually impaired women for both sighted and non-sighted women.

You can join Abby on at Abby’s Corner where discussions are always about fashion and style – and being bold, blind and beautiful!

Image Description: Abby the icon is illustrated walking confidently with her handbag in one hand and the white cane in the other. She is wearing heels and her dress is made of individual panels resembling overlapping banana leaves. The dress panels gently curve from her nipped in waist to just above the knee. Her signature hairstyle is best described as explosive. In this image, Abby is superimposed in the center of a city street crosswalk.

Disclaimer: The white cane icon “Abigale B. (Abby)” is copyrighted and was specifically created for, and is the property of, Bold Blind Beauty and Abigale Style, LLC and is not a replacement for the nationally recognized white cane icon. 

Abby and her back story are a work of fiction. Names, characters, places, events, and incidents are either the products of the author’s imagination or used in a fictitious manner. Any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, or actual events is purely coincidental.


Published by Stephanae

👩🏾‍🦯 | INTJ | HSP | Collector of knowledge | Alpaca Fanatic “If I stop to kick every barking dog, I am not going to get where I'm going.” ~Jackie Joyner-Kersee Hi, I'm Steph! I'm a highly sensitive proud introvert and a recovering people-pleaser. These traits or quirks used to bother me because I always felt out of place until I began a recent process of self-acceptance. While I'm still a work in progress, I view my quirks as my superpowers and am grateful that they contribute to who I am today.

9 thoughts on “Forever On The Move

  1. Thank you so much for your kind words Steph. They mean a lot xx
    I think sharing our stories can help others who see some similarities to issues in their own lives which they may be having difficulty dealing with . It also helps me too, to write my story down – like I can stop thinking about the things once I have written them down. Anyway, I hope you are doing well.
    Take care
    – Carly

  2. Thanks Steph. I didn’t know children could get shingles either. I would not want it again.
    Let us hope for sunshine minus humidity on both sides of the Atlantic. 😎😎😎

  3. Yeah, I’ve heard it takes some time to fully come back from shingles. I don’t know if I told you but my middle son who is now 29 had shingles when he was a kid. Until it happened to him I didn’t know children could get the disease.

    It’s been pretty steamy here in Pittsburgh with temperatures reaching into the 80-90s and with the humidity it can be a little uncomfortable at times.

  4. Carly, don’t be so hard on yourself, you’re on a difficult path and you’re doing so remarkably well in sharing your story. Just by telling people what you are going through is extremely helpful and you’ll never know all the people you are touching because many for whatever reason won’t or can’t make their presence known. I learn from you!!💖

    Oh, and thank you for your kind words about Abby. 😘She’s everything I envisioned and has practically become a person to me.

  5. Hello Steph. Thank you for introducing us to Abby. It is always so great to read about people who are embracing their disAbilities and are doing wonderful things with their lives. Such an inspiration. I still feel like I am in the early stages of managing my hearing problems, and coming to terms with the effect my hearing loss will have on my life…but I hope to be as strong as people like you and Abby, and continue to do everything I set my mind to! Take care Steph, and have a lovely weekend.
    – Carly
    ooh, I love Abby’s logo too!

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