6.29.2010

So Soft....


Being a twitter addict has not help my other addiction…I must say that the products and people are the best...Soft Clothing for all children is one such example; the clothes are unique and super cute.  I order my daughter, who has sensitive skin a super cute t-shirt and adorable whale print pants, she loves the clothes and so do I.  The clothes are truly amazing and I think you should check them out via http://www.softclothing.net/

Current promo:
July 4th Sale! 15% off red, white, and blue sensory tees AND our brand new Seamless SOCKS! Code at checkout: soft4th

Here is a little background

Soft was founded in February 2007.  We then began a two year market research process and one year sample development and testing phase, and finally launched our first collection in Winter 2009/10!  We are a research driven company, therefore we continue to test samples on children with a variety of sensory needs and a range of tactile sensitivity--to ensure that the clothing we manufacture will eliminate the most common complaints we hear from parents and children. No more morning meltdowns, no more spending hundreds on clothes your children refuse to wear.  Sign up for our mailing list on the Contact Us page for updates on our collection launches, new styles and for access to exclusive coupon codes. 

Mission
Many children are extra-sensitive to the texture and feel of clothing. Soft® is the first line of inclusive clothing designed with the needs of all children in mind, including those with Autism, Sensory Processing Disorder, ADHD, and tactile defensiveness/sensitivity. We use flat seaming and seamless construction for extra comfort, 100% of the softest combed cotton and our specially developed Soft Sensory Blends , wide collars, encased elastic waistbands, printed labels (tagless), custom fits, and much more.
Created by a Mom and Special Education teacher, our goal is to design clothing that can enhance social skills, sensory organization, concentration, by addressing unique sensory needs, but without sacrificing personal style and self expression.
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