Adaptive Clothing

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Willow Bug is a British company which excels at designing and making stylish and practical adaptive clothing for children and teens.  Their clothing is designed to fit easily over heads, legs, arms and wheelchairs.

Products include a jacket which zips at both the front and back, and also a cape. 


Fledglings is a charity and part of Contact (a Family).  They support children and adults with additional needs and have a range of clothing, shoes, and other products to help with everyday challenges.

Marks and Spencer sell a range of adaptive shoes and boots for kids.

Search ‘adaptive’ on their website.

Dressability is a UK charity which supports the clothing needs of individuals with limited dexterity and movement.  They adapt people’s clothing and not their style!

They have a fully accessible workshop in Swindon but also offer an outreach service.


Victoria Jenkins is a garment technologist with 14 years experience in the fashion industry who became Disabled in her 20s.  She founded Unhidden after a chance encounter with a woman with cancer that changed the course of her life.

She sells a range of stylish clothing, which is also adaptive.  She also has future plans to create a not-for-profit arm to provide training for people with disabilities to learn how to adapt their own clothing.


Kat is the founder and chief seamstress of Seated Sewing.

As a wheelchair user herself, she truly understands the challenges some people face when looking for stylish clothes.  She leads a team of sewers who handmake and create practical, comfortable and beautiful clothes for people with disabilities.