Still, shoppers with special needs are looking for clothing with very specific features, like tear-away tags, zipperless designs, no buttons, sensory-friendly and clinically accessible for certain treatments. They can be hard to find, but not impossible to find.
Fortunately, places like Target and Zappos are expanding their adaptive clothing collections to fit the needs of more people than ever before. To make the search easier, we’ve pulled together some of the best and most well-known brands creating clothing for a variety of special needs.
Below, 14 adaptive clothing brands that make getting dressed easier:
Nike FlyEase is made for athletes of all abilities and ages. It features a unique slipper-and-strap design for quick and easy on and off. Shop Nike FlyEase.
Features: -Performance and function -Easy on/off -Men's women's, kids
Features: -Velcro closures -Hidden magnetic closures -No buttons -No zippers
Though Under Armour isn't specifically marketed as adaptive clothing, many of its styles include adaptive apparel features, like sensory-friendly materials and tagless designs. Shop Under Armour's adaptive styles.
Reboundwear specializes in post-surgical adaptive clothing that's soft, easy to put on and off, and is optimized for hospital visits. Ideal for wound sites, tube incisions, ped feed and other drains like catheters. Shop Reboundwear.
Features: -Super soft -Sensory-friendly -Clinically accessible for treatments -Lightweight and antimicrobial -Minimal metallic components
MagnaReady makes casual and dress clothes easy to wear (and stylish!) with magnetic closures. Shop MagnaReady.