Simple Closures Offers Adaptive, Easy-Access Clothing for Holiday Shopping

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The holidays are fast approaching and it’s time to think about what to wear and what to give.

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Does a loved one struggle with dressing and undressing due to limited mobility or other reasons? If so, explore the inventory at Simple Closures, which offers the benefits of adaptive, easy-access clothing with adaptations that are both inconspicuous and tasteful.

Simple Closures carries a line of woman’s adaptive clothing designed to ease the fatigue and discomfort of dressing without compromising style or function. The holidays are the time of the year when everyone wants to look their absolute best. Give a gift of adaptive clothing to a loved one. Looking good often goes along with feeling good.

Due to the variety of closures, Simple Closures’ fashions are manufactured once an order is received. This requires at least two weeks from order date to delivery. Also, the closer it gets to the holiday season, the busier everyone gets, so be sure to place an order soon. Until the end of the year, Simple Closures will also include a free Spill Catcher Scarf with every order of $25 or more.

Visit their website at to see the variety of adaptations available to meet the various needs of Simple Closures’ clients, or call them at 800-282-1163.

About the company:

Simple Closures is owned and operated by two registered nurses, Lynn and Melissa, who share a passion to help women overcome their difficulty with dressing. Simple Closures offers a fashionable line of disabled clothing, adaptive clothing, elderly clothing or any type of fashionable clothing for the physically challenged. Simple Closures promotes comfort, quality and thoughtfully placed adaptive features to fit the special needs of their customers to make them feel special in their creative, tasteful styles and patterns. The Simple Closures difference is comfort, quality and thoughtfully placed adaptive features.

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