Like, crazy chic.

Alyx Studio produces adaptive clothing (clothing that doesn't assume you have typical use of your hands, arms, legs, feet, etc.) that's actually cool.

Expensive too, but presumably you're buying one or two things and wearing them constantly, so CPW would be better.

My son put me onto this line, and I bought a skirt from Nordstrom: The Nike swoosh is on a removable panel; I choose to wear the skirt without it.

What is helpful about a skirt covered in pockets and straps? If you use crutches, your hands are not free for carrying. Things that carry things for you therefore become extremely important.

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