Created by entrepreneur and mother Suzy Kogen Friedman , (an advocate for children and adults with autism) along with Jessica Ralli , (a special educator and graphic designer), the line was started in 2007. It was specifically designed for children, taking into consideration sensitivity to the feel of the clothing, geared towards those with Autism, Aspergers, and Sensory Processing Disorder, according to the ladies. So what makes these clothes different? They’re made with soft cotton, flat seaming, encased elastic waistbands, printed labels and wide collars. It’s also made with water-based prints and vegetable dyes for those with allergies. Plus, they’re pretty chic as well. So whether you just have a hard-to-dress child or one that you think might be sensitive to textures, this line has some unique options that are yes, very soft. For more information visit: http://www.softclothing.net/ , or http://www.softsensoryworld.com/.
– Kate Daley