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Soft Clothing for Kids’ Comfort & Happiness

I know a lot of kids with touch-sensitivity issues, ranging from particular ‘annoying fabrics to problems with seams and tags. Soft Clothing is a company that researched and tested clothing on kids with sensory needs and hypersensitivity.

The result is a collection of boys and girls clothing that ensures ultimate comfort for all {and thus, the parents as well. I despise those early morning fights about clothing!}. My twins received the Classic Cropped Cardigan, and the first thing I noticed was just how soft it was.

Even clothing made from the softest organic materials are no match to the fabric used at Soft – it’s like a cloud! The cardigan is seamless, tagless and so gentle on my girls’ sensitive skin. It’s made so that no irritants are rubbing against the skin, and I can tell. The girls love to wear this cardigan and I have to admit to cuddling them more often when they do! this unisex cardigan is adorable as well, and comes in 4 colors. I am also drawn to their selection of dresses – my girls love to wear dresses each day, yet they are one item that always seems itchy to them.

At Soft Clothing, you will find no tags, seams, zippers or annoying buttons. Even if your child doesn’t necessarily have a sensitivity to some clothing – it’s great for those kids are who are just plain picky. It’s terrible when annoying clothing gets in the way of comfort. Sizes range from 3/4 to 12 years, which is a wonderful range. They have casual to dressier clothing, and even seamless socks! If shopping for socks, note that they are half-price right now, until Christmas. One thing I would love to see though, is tights – maybe my girls would pick and pull at theirs, if their tights came from Soft! The prices are sure to please as well. For instance, this Part Dress {shown right} is only $22! And, it would sit any season!

Disclosure: I was provided with product to facilitate this post, opinions are my own.

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  1. My favority is the Soft Unisex “Jeans” I have a son with autism and this would definetaly will help with his – touch-sensitivity
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  7. My son has Autism, so we are always looking for clothng that isn’t itchy on his skin.. or causes him to freak out. I love soft clothing for that reason! 🙂 they rock!

    I really love their Soft Party Dress and the Balleria skirts! cuteness!

  8. My favorite product are the Soft Classic Chino pants. My son has autism and HATES school uniform anything. These would be a solution to something we’re dreading when he starts school!

  9. My daughter doesn’t “do” buttons, zippers, snaps, hoodies etc. We both love the shift dresses year round, and in the winter she will wear one with a long sleeve T and leggings.

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  12. I just bought some seamless socks and lemme tell ya I love them. So my favorite would be: Seamless Crew Sock White/Blue 2-pk

  13. I love the shift dress with Bow on the front it is so sweet looking!

  14. I wish I had a girl so I could get the Soft party dress, but my sons would like the moped tee a little better!!!

  15. my favorite item is the Classic Cropped Cardigan

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  17. I like all the mix ‘n match basics. That is a geat way to simplify a toddler’s wardrobe.

  18. I love the soft party dress it would look adorable on my daughter!!!

  19. My favorite is the Ballerina Mini. Thanks.

  20. I like the Long Sleeve Sensory Tee with Horse Print.
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