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Till lately, adaptive trend — specifically designed clothes for individuals who have problem dressing themselves — has been little greater than a legend within the disabled group. Because of trend content material creators like April Lockhart, nonetheless, conversations surrounding the necessity for accessible trend have transcended the hypothetical realm of “perhaps sometime.” In making their voices heard, Lockhart and her fellow disabled trend influencers have laid the groundwork for an adaptive trend revolution.
A self-described “disabled trend girlie,” Lockhart, who was born with amniotic band syndrome, has spent practically two years fostering an internet group for disabled folks to share their tales within the context of trend. “Disabilities are so totally different inside the sphere of the disabled group,” Lockhart tells POPSUGAR. “My incapacity could be so vastly totally different than another person’s, which is cool as a result of we are able to relate on the widespread