According to the U.S. Census Bureau, approximately one fifth of the U.S. population has some form of disability (2009). While representing a significant percent of the consumer market in the fashion industry in America, people with disabilities face a lack of functional yet fashionable clothing that both meets their needs and expresses their personal style. Despite their additional clothing issues, people with disabilities have the same expectations of clothing as people without disabilities. The purpose of this study was to evaluate current issues faced by people with disabilities in relation to their clothing and the fashion industry, gather information on their needs and issues with regard to apparel, and develop a cohesive collection that offers solutions to problems. Approximately 50 people were surveyed to gather personal experiences, issues, and preferences. From the results of the surveys, a collection of eight looks was constructed, incorporating design solutions to address the wearer’s needs and issues. The implications of this study are as vast as the future of adaptive clothing. As research on clothing for people with disabilities advances, including this research, clothing for those with disabilities will become increasingly accessible.