Lands End Universal Collection of adaptive clothing for students with disabilities

Launching in Lands' End School this September, the Universal Collection has turned the company's most popular kids back-to-school styles into a wardrobe that assists students who have a disability.

The Universal Collection is designed for easy dressing for kids, parents and caregivers alike and is made to look exactly like Lands' End's best-sellers but with some helpful, innovative features.

Instead of button closures, tops and bottoms have magnetic closures made with MagnaReady® technology and rip & grip closures. To make each item as sensory friendly as possible, all pieces have either heat transfer or satin tags plus smooth, clean-finished seams and waistbands to eliminate potential irritants.

The end result is eight pieces in the initial collection including the easy-care, stain-release Oxford Shirt, 100% Cotton Interlock Performance Polos, boys' Iron Knee® wrinkle-resistant chino pants, girls' and boys' chino shorts, girls' cotton performance mesh polo dress, girls' easy care soft ponté skirt and a girls' wrinkle resistant easy care chino skort. All items are backed by the Lands' End's generous return policy of Guaranteed. Period.®

The Universal Collection will launch on Sept. 1 and can be pre-ordered via the Lands' End School catalog, by calling 1-800-800-5800 and online at www.landsend.com/school

 

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