Check Out These 6 Accessible Clothing Lines for Teens and Young Adults with Special Needs
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Land's End uses MagnaReady's magnet-closing technology for school uniforms, and MagnaReady also sells its own boys' and mens' shirts. Duluth Trading Company uses MagnaReady technology for clothing sold in Kohl's, Macy's, Men's Warehouse, and other retailers. Magnet technology allows clothes to snap closed, eliminating the hassle of buttons and zippers.
Patti & Ricky
This inclusive marketplace consists of more than 65 designers making functional, adaptive, stylish designs for adults and kids with disabilities. However, Patti & Ricky isn’t just for clothes–the kids section also features art supplies, bibs and bandanas, Braille-printed jewelry, books, “chewlery”, eye patches, wheelchair bags, weighted blankets, and more!
Adaptations by Adrian
This store has specialized in individualized adaptive clothing since 1993. You can find almost anything you need on the website, from arm and leg warmers, to bags, to footwear, to capes and jackets, to shirts and pants, to suits and more! Adaptations by Adrian offers gift cards as well. All of ABA’s clothing is easily accessible, very comfortable, and made with real people in mind.
Just like its adaptive kids clothing, Tommy Hilfiger’s adaptive clothing for adults is fashion forward, comfortable, and easily accessible–and made in Tommy’s distinctive style. Tommy’s 16-year-old daughter Kathleen has autism, as does his stepson. Tommy’s experience underlines Tommy Adaptive’s commitment to innovative, adaptive clothing for teens and young adults searching for stylish clothes.
Main Image: Credit to Tommy Adaptive.
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