Boutique, the retail giant is offering four adaptive new costumes for children with special needs this Halloween, including two adorable options for kids who use wheelchairs. One of the costumes, a Princess Carriage ($45), features two intricately decorated panels in gray, white and purple, fit for royalty and easily attachable to a child’s chair using “the hook-and-loop closures for a secure fit,” according to the product listing on target.com. RELATED: 11-Year-Old Boy with Muscular Dystrophy Transforms Into a Firefighter — Just in Time for Halloween The store is offering two other adaptive costumes in partnership with Hyde and Eek! Both plush costumes — a shark and a unicorn — include “flat seams and no tags for an ultra-comfy feel,” Target describes, as well as detachable parts and hidden openings for ease of use and comfort. California Dad Transforms Son’s Wheelchair Target’s new offerings come two years after the chain launched sensory-friendly pieces for their popular children’s line Cat and Jack, when designer Stacy Monsen opened up in a release about the inspiration behind the collection.
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