If I was amazed at the outcome of the #AbbyOnTheMove design, created by Jennifer Barrile, then I was blown away by seeing this artwork come alive on Abigail Style. Take the ceramic coffee mug for example, the vibrant colors and size of the design are outstanding!
Whenever I look at this creation I think about the messages Abigail is delivering to the world. Challenging outdated societal perceptions by building awareness on blindness and demonstrating our independence is what #AbbyOnTheMove is all about. Like sighted women, blind/vision impaired women also desire to embrace life at its fullest.
The limited edition products in this post can be purchased on www.abigailstyle.com now through October 31 with free shipping to the US and Canada.
Design description: A whimsical image of a blue cityscape with Abigail walking past and the hashtag #AbbyOnTheMove on the bottom.
Our Abigail has been a busy lady indeed! The following photos were taken in Maryland, Nevada, California, Ontario and my personal favorite with Pokémon!
Susan Kennedy uses the smartphone app Visor in order to read a can label with magnification and contrast control at the grocery store. She’s wearing an Abigail Style comfy white tank which reads “Blind Chicks with Attitude” paired with a pink cotton sweater, gray shorts, and silver flats.
Images: 1) Use more than eyes at the grocery store, try sniffing a cantaloupe to see if it’s sweet/ripe or not. 2) Susan greets cashier with a smile as she navigates with her white cane and pulls a full grocery cart behind her thru the checkout lane.
Abigail was a welcome tag-along on my wedding and honeymoon to Las Vegas, Williams, Az, the Grand Canyon, and Sedona, AZ! ~Bree Orner
My friend Bree Orner posed with “My Friend is Bold Blind & Beautiful” Abigail Style coffee mug in front of “A Little White Wedding Chapel” in Las Vegas Nevada, in front of a train in Williams, AZ., at the magnificent Grand Canyon (in the background) and in front of a mountain in Sedona, AZ.
Joy Thomas is standing on the beach holding a “My Friend Is Bold Blind & Beautiful Abigail Style coffee mug.
Visually impaired women want to develop our own style, just like any other woman. ~Kerry Kijewski
Thanks go out to Alaina Vollmershausen of Glow Hair Studio / the Closet, Woodstock, ON, Canada, for helping Kerry spread awareness about how visually impaired women want to develop their own style, just like any other woman. Alaina is standing behind Kerry holding the “My Friend Is Bold Blind & Beautiful ” mug.
Kerry Kijewski is sitting with her little niece who is holding the “My Friend is Bold Blind & Beautiful” Abigail Style coffee mug.
I thought this one was cute. The son of one of my friends captured two different images of Pokemon characters who appear to sit on top of the “My Friend is Bold Blind & Beautiful” Abigail Style mug.