These brands make style accessible to everyone.
Cat & Jack
This Target line for girls, boys, toddlers, and babies features clothes that are easy to pull on and off, can accommodate wheelchairs, have secret spaces where feeding tubes can go through, and can even fit within a school’s uniform dress code. Your little one can choose from affordable and fun graphic tees, leggings, jeans, dresses, and more.
Braille Code Brands Inc
This company empowers people with visual impairments through Braille patches that contain directional word cues to help the wearer get dressed on her own. Braille patches decrease the need for repetitive assistance. Braille Code also works to raise awareness of blind and visually impaired inclusion through their children’s book, What’s Cool About Braille Code School.
Your favorite craft platform has a network of artists creating adaptive clothes for kids right at your fingertips. Artists are creating patterned G tube covers, Halloween and dress up costumes perfect for wheelchairs, and more!
What kid doesn’t love Nike kicks? FlyEase sneakers are lace-less and have a zippered heel that kids can get into and remove easily. They come in several colors and designs for babies, toddlers, and older kids.
If Nike sneakers aren’t your kid’s thing, check out BILLY, which offers printed, metallic, classic, high top, low top, and velvet style with zippers that run from underneath the laces to the top of the tongue so kids can get them on and off easily. The best part? These kicks won’t set you back more than $60!
These shoes are perfect for kids with leg braces (AFOs). Patented “Easy Fit” technology allows each shoe to bend in half to accommodate the foot and brace before coming back together to encase the foot with a wide Velcro strap and adjustable buckles. Each shoe size incorporates extra room for AFOs to make getting ready that much easier! Shop Hatchbacks’ summer sale for half off one pair when you buy two.
Main Image: Tommy Hilfiger Adaptive makes styles for every kid. Credit Tommy Hilfiger