Target To Debut Clothing Line For Children With Disabilities
Target's Cat & Jack clothing will launch a line designed for children with disabilities this weekend.
On Sunday October 22nd, you'll find some new fashion at Target.com.
The company announced that the Cat & Jack line will now feature new designs with the families of children dealing with disabilities in mind.
The clothes will feature side and back openings, zip off sleeves, diaper friendly leggings and tops with openings for abdominal access. In total there are 40 pieces of what Target calls adaptive apparel that were designed with the goal of making getting dressed easier.
In a company press release Julie Guggemos, senior vice president, Product Design & Development at Target said, they knew there was
a need for adaptive clothing for kids that is both fashionable and affordable, so we set out to create exactly that.”
The clothing is all made with super, soft cotton and prices range from $4.50 - $39.99 with most items under $19.99.
They'll be available online only starting Sunday October 22nd.