Special-needs fashion!

LaToya Lewis, a St. Paul mother of two, has created a brand new stylish clothing line — Uniquely Regal — to help meet the sensory needs of children and teens who have autism, anxiety, ADHD, Down syndrome and sensory processing disorders.

Her signature items include super-cute weighted polo shirts, darling compression dresses and adaptive rompers that look like normal clothes — but that can help calm and comfort kids. Lewis, whose 18-year-old son, Malik, has Down syndrome, disliked wearing traditional weighted vests, so she struck out on her own, using her longstanding passion for fashion.

Uniquely Regal polos include zipper compartments that hold weighted neck wrap components, which are sold separately and can be adjusted with a front zipper as well.

Her latest introductions include new compression T-shirts as well as graphic tees for family members that say “Dope Autism Mom” and “Special Needs Siblings Rock!” — a shirt her 5-year-old daughter, Marcella, likes to sport.

Learn more at uniquelyregalkids.com or facebook.com/kcdfanpage.

Uniquely Regal polos include zipper compartments that hold weighted neck wrap components, which are sold separately and can be adjusted with a front zipper as well.