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Soft Clothes for Kids

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Kids are highly attuned to their senses. That means scratchy seams and labels drive them nuts. Soft Clothing is the solution. Whether your child has sensory needs or is just picky, this line of clothing will take the stress out of getting dressed.

Thanks to whisper soft cottons, wide collars, encased elastic waistbands, printed labels (tagless) and custom fits, getting clothes on your finicky kids will be less of a battle. What do we love? These underthings. $30 for a 3 pack for briefs or boxer 3 pack . Yes, of course they are more pricey than the 5 pack of Tinkerbell panties you can get at Target--but there is a reason. The fabrications are special.

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Don't be shocked that there is a mom behind all this. Co-Founder Suzy Friendman is a mom and advocate for kids with special needs. She teamed up with Jessica Ralli (a designer) and Soft was born in 2007. They spent two years on research and testing, seeking our kids with a variety of sensory needs and a range of tactile sensitivity. All this work led to making some of the finest undergarments and tees we've seen.

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Many children are extra-sensitive to the texture and feel of clothing. Soft® is the first line of inclusive clothing designed with the needs of all children in mind, including those with Autism, Sensory Processing Disorder, ADHD, and tactile defensiveness/sensitivity.

For more information visit www.softclothing.net

Momtrends was not paid for this post. We did get samples to feel, touch and give to the kids.

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