Fashion & Beauty

3 Disability Friendly Fashion Brands You Need to Know About

Disability friendly fashion isn't a well-known term. But there are a range of brands making stylish and accessible clothes that we think you need to hear about!

1. The Able Label

A stylish and adaptive clothing line, designed with quality fabrics and discreet fastenings, The Able Label is the brand for disabled-friendly fashion.

It was founded by Katie Ellis, after her grandmother found dressing increasingly more difficult after being diagnosed with Parkinson’s.

“The Able Label provides quality, stylish clothes with adapted designs and hidden extras that make self-dressing easier for those with dressing difficulties.”

Katie Ellis, Director
Charlie Floral Print Shirt - The Able Label (£49.96)

2. Tommy Hilfiger Adaptive

Tommy Hilfiger started an inclusive clothing line for children with disabilities back in 2016. They recently added to their collection with a new adult disability friendly fashion range.

Featuring modifications like magnetic fastenings and side seam openings, the designs are both functional and stylish.

Accessible Jeans - Tommy Hilfiger 

NB: The collection is only available in the USA and their web page cannot be viewed internationally.

3. Seen In

See In has a range of products to make life simpler. They specialise in adaptive clothing and accessories for adults and children with special needs.

Their wheelchair cosy comes in 3 different prints and with its fleecy lining, is perfect for keeping snug!

BundleBean Wheelchair Cosy - SeeIn (£44.99)

Our Fave:

For a whole new disability-friendly wardrobe, we think The Able Label is the go to brand. Choose from classic and effortlessly stylish wrap dresses and super-stretchy jeans.

Do you know any disability friendly fashion brands we should know about? We’d love to hear from you!

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  1. Thanks for sharing this. Not high fashion, but Target’s Basics line is also focusing a lot more on accessibility now: Using flat seams to avoid skin irritability, making their zippers easier to use for those with limited dexterity, etc.

    – James Peacock

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