In short they make easy to put on clothes for people who want to look good.
At the show I tried on their Jersey Shirt. And loved it.
Last week I ordered it.
This week it arrived.
The other day I wore it.
Firstly: No annoyed fingers at trying to do up buttons. Because while it looks like buttons, it is actually velcro. It took a bit of concentration to get the velcro nicely lined up but was much easier than trying to do a shirt-full of buttons.
It is approaching pyjama level comfort, while still looking smart.
And it looks good both on wheels and standing.
|Photo of Hannah kneeling up wearing red able label shirt|
I've decided that if I can achieve good stickman sales over the next 4 weeks, I'm going to get it in white too.
Not only that, but as it is classed as a disability aid, all those of us with disabilities get a VAT exemption on the clothing! (Not, unfortunately on the jewelry though)
I also ordered this bracelet. It looked fabulous when I wasn't self propelling and was so easy to put on/off. But it was slightly too loose on my very slim wrists so it kept clunking on my wheels when I self propel and was at risk of catching. This is partly why I hardly ever wear watches or bracelets. The nice ones always hang a bit loose - which just doesn't work on wheels. I suspect it would do the same on my crutches too. So it had to go back.
But the good news is: They adapted it (shrunk it by 1cm) and re-sent it to me! - so if you need the bracelet tweaking, let them know and they might be able to do it before they send it out to you.
YAY for accessible clothing with style!