According to the Sensory Processing Disorder Foundation, an estimated 1 in 20 children are affected by sensory sensitivity -- a condition that leaves kids feeling sensitive and uncomfortable due to the texture and feel of their clothing.
Jessica Ralli and Suzy Kogen are the designers and founders of Soft Clothing for All Children. They share a common goal: to create clothing that can enhance a child's social skills, sensory organization and concentration.
This is the first clothing line designed for children with Sensory Processing Disorder, which often times is a symptom of ADHD, Autism and Developmental Disabilities. And as an added bonus, the line's 100% organic cotton and includes both punk and preppy fashion that will make the other kids on the playground ask "where did you get that?" when your child goes back to school wearing this new fall/winter 2011 organic collection.
This children's fashion collection is inspired by runway looks and street-style fashion photos. Check out softclothing.net to find your next fall/winter clothing purchase that will allow your kids to be comfortable at school and elsewhere in soft style. My personal favorites are the Nautical Striped Mini, Paint Splatter Long Sleeve Tee and the Soft Unisex Jeans. After visiting the website and browsing through the collection, what's yours?