What to wear on Independence Day to feel independent when you wear leg braces & have an invisible disability.
This spring is all about patterns and feminine details. Some of the hottest shoe trends we’re seeing include knots and bows, stripes, pearl and bead embellishments.
In my last post, Seasonal Self-Pity Syndrome, I give tips for coping with the ”poor me” blues that some of us who have foot neuropathy, and use orthotics, experience each spring.
Show off the star you are in these outfits for perfectly imperfect women with invisible disabilities.
It’s a proven fact (I think) that when people wear trendy and fitted workout clothing as opposed to wearing just anything that fits, they feel more motivation to workout. Here are some of my favorite styles to wear for working out!
When you have an invisible physical disability, requiring the use of AFOs or orthotics, resort wear can be a challenge. If you wish to conceal your orthotic but still wear clothing suitable for warm temperatures can be a challenge, especially when it comes to footwear. These are some of my favorite resort wear styles that…
Trend-ABLE is all about empowering women to look and feel their best. When you have an invisible disability it can sometimes feel like it’s impossible to find clothing that is both functional and on-trend. When I was a depressed teenager and young adult, I focused a lot on what I couldn’t wear and what I thought…
These compression socks from Top & Derby are fun and functional. The company also sells modern colorful canes for the fashion-forward person needing assistance. I love the company’s tagline “The world needed a better looking cane, so we designed one.” Http://www.topandderby.com