• All About Abby Alley

    All About Abby Alley

    Luxury with a Purpose…

    … the tagline of beautiful brand I have been following for a long time now. Abby Alley is a Chicago fashion brand you just have to know about. Abby traveled to teach in Arusha, Tanzania. She will never forget the experience. Because education is not a guarentee for everyone, she decided to give back. Through her work with local artisans, each piece or jewlery and bag, gives back to the communities and is locally and ethically sourced. She partners with local organizations to help everyone receive an education.

    She gifted me with the accent ring AND the black casual earrings in the photos above. Guys, I have not taken either off. I don’t know if you’ve noticed but I love big, fun rings to dress up an outfit. And the earrings go with everything, because – although I write the full color fashion blog… I really do love wearing my neutrals.

    My skirt is thrifted of course. It was a little snug when I bought it, but I am obsessed with the how many different ways I can wear this piece. I couldn’t say no. Yes, I have become a full time thrifter. The more I find amazing brands like Abby Alley, the more I want to do my part to live sustainable… But this doesn’t mean I can’t wear some luxury <3

    Abby has a bunch of new pieces for the fall I will link a few below. Stop by Abby Alley, and tell her Hannah sent you!


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    HI, I’m Hannah Lynn

    I am married to my amazing youth pastor hubby, John Miller. I am a radio host, Bible teacher, speaker, and blogger. I love Jesus. He has changed my life and I know He can change your's. I want to introduce you to Jesus and encourage you to get to know Him more. Getting to know who Jesus is has changed my life. The more I know who He is, the more I know who I am. My identity is founded in Christ.

    "I once was blind, but now I see in full color" - Hannah Lynn

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