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Simple Closures launches highly versatile apparel range
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Sep '12
Simple Closures, the creator of a stylish adaptive clothing line for women with physical or cognitive challenges, recently announced several innovative new additions to their line of highly versatile apparel. The new additions, which include several styles of scarves, are a stylish fashion solution for women who want to protect their clothing from spills. In addition, they have introduced new garments with front openings that allow those with fine motor challenges to dress themselves independently.

Simple Closure's vision is to provide high-quality, stylish garments that adapt to the needs of their customers, significantly improving their quality of life and instilling a positive self-image. This unique clothing company is owned and operated by Lynn and Melissa, two registered nurses, who share a desire to help women maintain their sense of self, despite their difficulty with dressing.

"Psychological well being is an often overlooked but critically important aspect of living with physical and mental impairments --- hence our motto: Look Good, Feel Good!" said Lynn Dow, RN, co-owner of Simple Closures.

Simple Closures styles are crafted by well-known San Francisco designer, Joanie Char. Every jacket, top, and pair of slacks is constructed from high-quality, stretchable, washable fabrics. Styles are designed for a fashionable look as well as simplicity of use. Adaptive features incorporated into every design are virtually invisible while the garments are being worn.

"Putting on and taking off clothing--easy for most of us--can be a significant challenge for individuals with physical and mental impairments," continued Ms. Dow, RN. "Simple Closures' styles are designed to make these tasks much easier for the wearer, as well as the caregiver."

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