Nov 1, post on disabilityadvocate1.com blog

On my update page on November first of this month I shared 1 of the stores that had/have great sales going on now that I’m a fan of. Since this blog caters to SPD and MCS reader’s I will say this. That store if you have MCS may not be a store environment you can handle. Especially while there incredible sales are on and if it’s a popular shopping time and day. Not only due to possible overwhelm. But, also for it’s scents/fragrances in the air. However, compared to a perfume/makeup/cologne store.  It’s a very low scent/fragrant/ chemically filled environment. It didn’t bother me much if at all. And I went to a store in a very popular part of Manhattan in NYC.  But, I’m the sensory solutions expert. So, I tolerate more then some. But, notice EVERYTHING.  If you have MCS and wear a mask however you’ll be likely fine. And your purchased merchandise will only leave slightly fragranced. Most NT’s won’t notice what I’m talking about.

 

You can always shop through their app or website!  And once you wash the clothing properly before wearing it (Which is a smart idea regardless of if it has fragrance in it or not) . The chemicals and smell will go away.  The clothes sold through this manufacturer were created with chemicals (Like most clothing).  If this is a problem for you. you already know who you are.

 

Now, wear are my Thank you’s!?   Leave them in the comments section below!

 

PS. – The sales are happening through at least the New Year as well! So go now, before you miss out on a potential steal!

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