Many of us are also extra sensitive to the texture and feel of clothing.

Sensory clothing

Sensory-friendly fashion refers to clothes that are conscious of the often uncomfortable aspects of clothing, and make an attempt to rectify them. This might mean using breathable material, soft seams, and not including irritating brand or care labels.

People who are autistic, or have down syndrome or ADHD might struggle to regulate themselves without this type of clothing, as sensory processing disorder is often very prominent with these conditions. Some people with very sensitive skin or eczema might require clothing that doesn’t aggravate them. And sometimes people with no conditions just want to be comfortable in their daily life - something that should be a simple necessity.

Thankfully you can find functional sensory clothing at the shapes united for just this purpose.

What is sensory friendly clothing?

Our clothes are made to be functional and a priority. We offer a wide range of base-layers and seamless clothing that can be worn underneath other clothes in order to make them more comfortable.

Our clothing is made with super-soft 100% cotton jersey, flat seamed and tag-free for all-day lasting comfort.

Below are some common features found in sensory-friendly clothing.

However, it is important to note that every person has their own sensory preferences for comfortable clothing.

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some of the features of sensory friendly fashion

When can it be useful?

This calm clothing is ideal for everyday wear and makes it much easier for those with conditions such as menopause, ADHD, autism, Asperger’s or underneath splints or braces.

Sensory clothing looks like everyday clothing, it is just a sensory dream to wear. Have a look at our sensory-friendly t-shirts, polo shirts and dresses.

The Sensory Collection of clothing is available for women, men & teens.

tagless tags

Tags can cause a lot of sensory issues for people, so if they bother you, then seek out garments that print the tag directly on the garment instead of having a separate bit of fabric flapping around. Then, you'll never have to worry about cutting out a tag and dealing with a rough seam again.

flattened seams, or seamless construction

Seams are often another source of discomfort for those with sensory issues. Look for garments that have flattened seams, or get rid of them altogether and go with seamless construction instead. You'll never have to worry about chafing again.

How sensory clothing can help you or a loved one.

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If you have any questions regarding Sensory Friendly Clothing, please do not hesitate to reach out.