Have you heard? Target just launched its Halloween decor "Hyde and Eek" boutique and it is filled to the brim, offering up everything from skeleton DJs to fishbowls of dead guppies. But perhaps the coolest thing we've seen from the big brand this year involves its continued efforts toward inclusivity: specifically, costumes for kids with disabilities and sensory sensitivities. People in wheelchairs often get very creative when it comes to incorporating their chairs into costumes, but this year, Target has done the hard work for them!
So far, it's selling four awesome adaptive costumes. We spoke with a Target spokesperson to get more background on the line, as this isn't the first time it's sold sensory-friendly apparel. "We're now bringing that spirit of inclusivity to our new Hyde and Eek! Boutique kids' adaptive Halloween costumes, which we hope will bring more ease and joy to our guests' everyday lives," Target Spokesperson Kristen Mezzenga said about the adaptive costumes.