We are so much more than what meets the eye. We believe in the story. The story behind every single person who not only works or shops with us, but who our mission impacts at Hallie B. Whether that story be mentoring local through weekly activities, the background of the women making sseko sandals, or the lives we impact by selling just one one bar of Hand in Hand soap. We believe in the story. Simply put, shop locally and think globally. This means both locally and the whole wide world. We encourage all walks of life to spend a moment each day inspiring others. To help each other step out of our comfort zones and get our hands dirt, because let's face it... life can get messy. We embrace all faces, all colors, all beliefs, all flaws, all addicts, all outcasts, all abused, all freaks, all bullies, all homeless, all world changers, all struggles, all heartaches, all regrets. We believe beauty and style are things for all to experience. We are working hard to make all women, no matter where they are in this crazy, beautiful life feel confident and empowered in their skin. We believe style doesn't define who you are, but where you have been; where you want to go. Style tells each individual's story, none greater than the other. From the preps, to the punk rockers, to the hippies to the tomboys, we can all make an impact in the world. This is why we at Hallie B. Support and work hands on with lines we feel step out of their comfort zones, get their hands dirty, and produce a product that helps to better mankind. We at Hallie B. are also very active in mentoring girls throughout our hometown community. We also believe in giving back a percentage of our sales to local charities and school organizations. The store is a fundraiser. The more we make, the more we give. So dig your heels in and get your hands dirty. We're going to ask you make your mark and it's going to be a messy but beautiful... BUT don't worry, that's the point. Help us write a story that no one can refuse to be a part of because it's not all about looking good, but cultivating good. THE BEST IS YET TO COME.