One of my Rett Girl's favorite things to do is shop for back-to-school fall clothes! Ok, I admit it, so do I! She's just so adorable and so easy to shop for! In all honesty though some things are just either not so fun to shop for or are hard to find. But, thanks to our wonderful Rett parents we've got you covered on the tough stuff!
Many of our girls wear AFO's and with braces you need a whole new set of socks, ones that are long enough, seamless and made of whicking material that breathes.
Check out these standard socks in colors that go with every outfit and are super soft!
Or if your girly is a bit more trendy check out these fun socks!
This website has shoes that are GREAT for fitting AFO's. They have all sorts of styles and sizes including lots of different widths as well as extra "deep."
Hatchback shoes are also great for AFO's. They're super easy to get on and off with a back that opens up so you can just slide your Rett Girl's foot in.
And these Converse hightops are also a super fun shoe and are easy to use with AFO's or with our girls who don't wear braces but might curl their toes while trying to get a shoe on. These shoes also open up in the back with Velcro closure so it's easy to slip her foot in and out.
Some of our girls have special clothing needs to make being at school a little easier. Pants that are higher in the back because they are sitting in their wheelchair, or maybe a quick, discreet way to access a port for tube feedings or a little more room in the seat of their pants for diaper. If your Rett Girl requires any of these check out this great site for lots of options and custom clothes.
Accessories are our FAVORITES! And we've got LOTS of them!
For cute and protective bibs check out Special Needs Creations. Or if you are in need of new elbow immobilizers check out this site and buy bibs and arm braces that match!
Special bows for Special Girls for lots of cute hair accessories.
Does your Rett Girl get cold easily or have poor circulation? Maybe try some leg warmers. Check out Baby Legs for lots of different colors and patterns.
Maybe your Rett Girl has a g-tube? To protect the port site in a fun way check out Making Lemonaid for cute pads. Or try Tummy Tunnels - they have adorable iron-on patches that provide access to g-tubes without damaging clothing.
Don't forget to check out our list of amazing Rett parents, siblings, grandparents and family members who sell some great products. And, head to our Girl Power 2 Cure shop for some great GP2C items, of course!
We hope that we helped with make your back-to-school shopping a little easier and fun. Stay tuned to our Rett Girl blog for more back-to-school tips and ideas!