Kids with accessibility needs can dress up as Cinderella, the Incredibles, and Buzz Lightyear with three costume options, each designed with stretch fabric that opens in the back for easier dressing, longer lengths and roomier leg circumferences that make them more wheelchair-friendly, and a discreet flap opening on the front with a self-stick fabric closure to accommodate tube access.
The costumes and wheelchair covers launched today and are available on shopdisney.com.
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