Putting the fun into special needs awareness with Square Peg Clothing: A REVIEW

Putting the fun into special needs awareness with Square Peg Clothing: A REVIEW

I'm not normally given to sporting slogans on my chest, or logos, or any words at all in fact.  Unless I'm out running, and that could be because many of my T-shirts are ragged remnants from the 1980s that I can't bear to part with.

But I've noticed a new thing:

Lot of companies selling T shirts and other stuff designed to raise awareness of special needs.

But most of them are pretty naff.  The colours are bad, the shapes are unflattering, and the slogans make me cringe.

And then I found Square Peg Clothing.  It's a not for profit family enterprise based in Sutton Coldfield that produces the cutest range of T-shirts and sweatshirts for children and adults.  Their logos certainly put the fun into special needs awareness!  And the prices will put a smile on your face too, as they start from just £10.

So I begged for a couple of items to review to celebrate reaching another milestone on here, and they very kindly said yes.

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