Welcome to ComfortClothing.
We make dressing easier. For your Life Style - just because your life is changed, doesn’t mean your style needs to.
We specialise in the design, manufacture and delivery of quality, stylish clothing for men and women. Our clothes are designed to make dressing easier for people with reduced mobility, reduced shopping opportunities or those recovering from surgery.
The challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic highlighted the difficulties in sourcing clothes for people who may not have the ability or opportunity to go shopping for themselves.
We also make it easy for loved ones to send useful items to friends or family members who may be in residential care such as nursing homes.
We are based in Knockanore, rural Co.Waterford, Ireland.
Why we are different
Pop -Up Shop
If you think residents in your care facility or hospital would benefit from seeing our collection in person, we are happy to organise a physical pop-up shop either at your premises or in a local hotel or community centre. Email us today: email@example.com
We realise that some people may need our clothing range for a limited time, for example, for the duration of their recovery after hip, knee or shoulder surgery. We are also committed to the circular economy and keeping our carbon footprint as low as possible. So, we are offering customers the opportunity to return items they buy from ComfortClothing when they no longer need them.
We are here for you- Tell us what you need.
You know best what sort of clothing would make dressing easier to suit your needs.
Email us to let us know what you need and we will do our best to supply! firstname.lastname@example.org
ComfortClothing was established in 2019 by Monica Murphy. The idea came to her when trying to source a pair of trousers with zips up the sides for her Dad who was recovering from a hip replacement. Despite many trips around the shops, she found it impossible and eventually ordered a pair online. These had to come from the US and there was a significant time delay. “I was annoyed at how much time I had invested in trying to find something suitable” Monica says, “and I was complaining to my husband that it must be very difficult for people with limited mobility to find clothes that suit their needs”. She started to consider it as a business idea, and seeing limited competition, she decided to take the plunge and establish ComfortClothing.
Monica set about learning more and one of the first things she did was write an email to Professor Niall Tubridy – Consultant Neurologist at St.Vincent’s Hospital in Dublin. He kindly phoned her in response and talked through the range of issues he experiences with his work - people who have Multiple Sclerosis, Motor Neuron Disease, Parkinson’s Disease and Epilepsy. She then set up meetings with associated organisations and they further helped her explore the issue using a survey to their members.
We are happy to take your enquiries over the phone: 086 601 24 79 or you can email email@example.com
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