Back-to-shopping clothes should be fun (except for the pocketbook), but it can be especially frustrating for families with special needs looking for clothes that really work for them.
Starting Sept. 1, though, Land’s End and MagnaReady hope to make it a little easier when it comes to finding adaptive school uniforms. The two companies have teamed up to create adaptive school uniforms. The clothes look like Land’s End original uniform shorts, pants, dresses, skirts, polos and dress shirts, but the zippers and buttons have been replaced with magnets.
Sales begin Sept. 1 online and through the Land’s End catalog.
Last fall, Target launched adaptive apparel through its popular Cat & Jack line. It features tagless and flat seam styles among the 40-item assortment that includes The changes feature side and back snap and zip closures as well as hidden openings to make getting dressed for school even easier while still being stylish like everyone else.