Fashion fashion & style for afo wearers & those with disability

4 Disability Friendly Outfit Ideas for Your End-of-Summer Vacation

I am loving this summer and I just managed to sneak in a short late summer vacation.

Are you eeking out the last month of summer? Do you have a summer vacation planned?

Whether it’s a day trip in the car, a weekend at a lake house, or a luxurious destination on your bucket list, planning well regarding clothing and accessories can make or break it for those of us with chronic conditions.

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JUMPSUITS I love jumpsuits! Depending on the material and type of closure, jumpsuits can be a great choice for people who wear assisted devices and/or have chronic conditions. They are always in style and are a chic alternative to an LBD (little black dress) when an event requires cocktail attire. Some of the jumpsuits pictured…

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Disability Products & Reviews Orthotics for people with high arches who have charcot marie tooth or ms


If you wear custom orthotics and want to wear something other than gym shoes, it can be a pain to remove and reinsert them into shoes. These orthotics are a great first pair or extra pair for those needing support. This pair is rated as the best store bought orthotic in the market and is…

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With these cute and stylish compression socks, you can get all the support you need without giving up your sense of style. The designer is well known for the quality of material used and the amazing prints. Fashion meets function here!  These nylon and spandex blend socks are generously proportioned to fit calf sizes up…

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Disability Products & Reviews Slipper alternative for leg brace afo wearers to prevent slipping.

No Slip Socks That Rock!

These no slip socks are a great slipper alternative. When I don’t have time to put on my leg braces for quick trips to the bathroom or when letting my dogs out, I throw these no slip socks on.  I always feel secure and safe that I won’t slip and fall. I also use them…

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Disability Life Hacks & Tips Fashion, Style & other tips for summer wedding & party guests with disabilities like charcot marie tooth disorder, MS & other neuromuscular or neurological conditions.

Do’s & don’ts for weddings

We learn lessons from the moment we can comprehend. Some are taught in books and classrooms, and some are learned from experience.
I was diagnosed with a progressive neuromuscular disorder in 2nd grade. No one ever taught me how to actually live with the physical challenges of having Charcot Marie Tooth Disorder.

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Fashion, shoes & better living products hand-selected and curated for women living with invisible physical disabilities, challenges & chronic conditions. CLOTHING SHOES ACCESSORIES FOR THE FEET FOR THE HANDS FOR THE BODY AROUND THE HOUSE GETTING READY OUT & ABOUT Trend-Able is a member of the Amazon Affiliate Program. There are embedded links on this…

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