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Let the star you are, shine. These outfit picks allow you to sparkle and are great transition into spring items. The shoes are leg brace friendly, the clothing covers afos, and the jewelry is magnetic for those with fine motor issues.

Tina’s Wish Star Shirt by Nasty Gal – This is a cute shirt for transitioning into spring. For women with fine motor challenges, use my tweak of sewing all the buttons shut & slipping it over your head.

The Sinner Ripped Ankle Straight Leg Jeans by Mother – This brand is expensive but one of my favorites. They are so soft that they feel like you’re wearing pajamas. These ripped ankle length jeans are straight leg and will fit over one’s afos. Pair them with the ankle boots for complete afo coverage.

Sheri Frayed Hem Stretch Slim Ankle Jeans by NYDJ – NYDJ’s are flattering & affordable. These are modern with a raw hem. The straight slim leg is also afo friendly.

Layla Star Print Silk Camisole by Equipment – Cute and easy to wear, flowy, silk cami. It would be worn with jeans or worn dressed up with a blazer overtop.

Star Drop Earrings – These gold drop earrings are easy for people with fine motor problems to put on. There is no backing and it stays on the ear.

Gold Star Charm Bracelet by Minnie Grace – I love layering bracelets and this one is so great. It has a simple magnetic clasp for all of us with fine motor challenges.

Moon And Star Sunglasses – The perfect accessory to complete your star style look.

Caralynn Espadrille Sandal by Bella Vita – This is a very cute low-wedge espadrille. It comes in extra wide (WW) so it would work with many afos, and also has a padded footbed for comfort.

Wide Fit Suede Studded Ankle Boots by ASOS – I’m loving this studded ankle boot. Not only is it a wide-fit style that works with my afos, it also has a hard to find pointed toe and side zipper entry.

What do you wear that makes you feel like a star?

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  1. Great suggestions! I was wondering about the pants though. With my particular AFO, I have a Velcro strap right under the knee to help hold it in place. It gives my leg a “Popeye” look if the leg of the pant isn’t wide enough which is really noticeable especially since I only have a brace on my right side. These pants look like the same thing would happen -just not wide enough. With the Allard AFO that you have, I’m wondering if it hugs the leg better thus creating less bulk under the pant leg. If so, I might want to invest in one to allow more options for me. Thanks!

    • Hi Kirstine,

      Thanks so much for writing. I do have a strap holding it in place and if not pulled tight enough, creates bulging too. I use extra velcro to hold the straps in place and keep them tight. I am happy to answer any other questions or take photos etc..You can message me on Facebook or Instagram anytime.

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