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Do you guys have suggestions for where to look for sensory safe clothes? What kinds of fabric or specific articles to try?

    • newtdesigner

      72d

      My sensory issues might be different from yours and I mostly shop at goodwill/resale but I have found that clothes aimed at a hiking/yoga audience (in particular made of cotton or other natural materials) tend to work well for me! I have things I like that were originally from REI, Pact, L.L.Bean, and Mexicali Blues. It’s easier to find things designed to move comfortably in for long periods of time, and many have stretchy adjustable waists, large hoods and pockets, and layers for adjusting to different temperatures easily. I’m not really that outdoorsy and usually pair “activewear” tops and hoodies with giant black tee shirts with band logos on them and it results in a kind of skater-ish look.

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One suggestion from the provided context is to practice wearing different clothes at home in a comfortable environment and gradually get used to certain fabrics. For example, with jeans, you can try wearing cotton pants underneath to create a buffer between your body and the pants. However, there are no specific recommendations for sensory-safe clothing brands or fabrics mentioned in the context.

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