The company has had it's stock flying of it's shelves since it began in September.
Born from the creative minds of Wexford natives Gillian Duggan White and Nina Shelton, 'Sully and Juno' hopes to cater to those that have sensory needs with comfortable clothes that suit them.
The two who are both mums actually came up with the idea years ago. Then after a bad day at work for Nina, they were motivated to create the brand we now know as Sully and Juno. Gill and Nina both have four kids and Gill herself has three young boys with autism, all with different sensory needs.
When buying clothes for her three boys specifically, Gina told Beat News that she always needs to feel the fabric and weight of clothes to know if her boys will like them. She found this especially hard during the pandemic, so selling clothes that suited different needs thus became an integral part of their business .
Nina and Gina sell clothes with different fabrics, weights and tearaway tags. Nina noticed with her own boys that they tend to hate the feel of tags.
They also noticed how expressive their kids can be. So they sought to create clothes that both fulfill the different sensory requirements for kids with autism and allow them to happily express their individuality. This included choosing different colours and having their own names printed on it.
Orders for their clothes can be placed at Sully and Juno.ie