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This is awesome news. Every child deserves to wear clothing that is comfortable, and Target is making that a reality for children with special needs.

According to Disability Scoop, the retailer has created a special set of sensory friendly clothing through their Cat & Jack line. The clothing features t-shirts and leggings with flat seams and without tags, beading, and embellishments. The leggings are also roomier to accommodate children who wear diapers and have a higher rise. More styles will be added this fall, including items with removable sleeves and openings in the back for easier dressing.

A Target Spokesperson said this about the line:

And because it's Target, the prices for sensory friendly clothing are super affordable, ranging from $4.50-$7 per piece. The sizing starts at 2T and goes up to XX Large in children's sizes.

Unfortunately, the line is only available through Target's website as of right now, but hopefully, they will start rolling out some of the pieces in their stores soon. It would be great to see these items available at QC stores.

I absolutely love that Target is making an effort to accommodate all children, and that the clothing is very similar to what their children's line already carries. Bravo, Target.

Check out some of the collection here.

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