American Eagle and its leisure brand, Aerie, have quietly been changing the fashion game.
Not only do they sell inclusive clothing in a wide range of sizes, they now sell adaptive clothing for those with special medical needs. And honestly? They're all cute as hell.
American Eagle has really changed.
Right under our noses, it seems!
The Abilitee Sleeve comes in three colors: hot fuchsia, indigo, and charcoal.
It's designed to protect your skin from sun exposure, skin irritation, and chafing. It also comfortably holds IV lines. Also? It's cute.
You can match that with: the Abilitee Insulin Pump Belt
Keep your insulin pump, meds, phone, or headphones secure with the built-in pocket.
AE describes the seams as sensory-friendly. It also comes in three colors: the fuchsia, indigo, and charcoal. It also has 5-star reviews for its inclusivity!
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And the styles are pretty cheeky. They have 2 available so far: this camo one, as well as a hot pink one that says, "hot shit."
Last up: The Abilitee Cath Clip.
This cath clip comes in both soft pink and pastel blue.
AE's instructions say: "Used to secure dangling tubes, caths, and cords. Open the clip, gather the excess tubing, place between the two layers of straps, & close the snaps. Then, open the clip and attach it to a shirt or bag."
This is just the latest step in American Eagle's evolution.