Welcome to Autistically, Eve.
Autistically, Eve will be focused on divergent and disabled fashion, adaptive fashion, style hacks and workarounds, accessories suitable for sensory and social anxiety management, fashionable fidgets and more. I will also be seeking and sharing about about disabled, autistic and divergent influencers, creators and more.
I had a deep love of fashion before becoming disabled, and since becoming disabled my passion and interest have only increased. This year is extra-exciting. I am looking forward to fashion at 50 — which officially starts for me this December.
Hi and welcome to Autistically, Eve.
I’m Eve Reiland the creator of this space that is dedicated to autistic, divergent and disabled fashion and style, and more.
About me …. I, myself, am Autistic and I’m disabled with several conditions that I must take into consideration while navigating daily life: my most notable diagnoses are EDS, FND and PTSD. I’ve been disabled with high support needs since 2010.
I had a deep love of fashion before becoming disabled, and becoming disabled has only increased my interest. This year, I am also looking forward to fashion at 50 — which officially starts for me this December.
Autistically, Eve will be focused on divergent and disabled fashion, adaptive fashion, style hacks and workarounds, accessories suitable for sensory and social anxiety management, fashionable fidgets and more. I will also be seeking and sharing about about disabled, autistic and divergent influencers and people as well.
Since becoming disabled over a decade ago, I’ve had to be incredibly budget conscious and I absolutely adore thrift stores, consignment shops and discount places. My most special finds come from a boutique here in the Tower District of Fresno, california called BeBe Os. This is my all-time favorite shop.
I also will share about autistic life with my not-Autistic spouse, Bill in a video series titled: The Adventures of RockaBillie & Autistically, Eve. (And yes, that’s a pun on his name.) Bill is a musician and we’re always traveling for his work. He currently performs live in the Central Valley, and the Central Coast areas of California. So we travel often and meet great people through music.
Bill is also my support person for day-to-day life stuff in a caregiver capacity as well. My abilities fluctuate throughout the day as do my support needs. My most notable conditions are EDS, FND and PTSD. I’m also have a tourerette’s- like condition and am hard of hearing.
Yeah, so everyday is an adventure that requires careful planning and deciding not only what to wear, but also which fashion adaptions and mobility devices to incorporate.
In my next video for Autistically, Eve I’m going to compare two products I never thought I’d be excited to talk about: Fixodent vs Polygrip. Talking with dentures is taking me some time to learn, but I’ve already formed definite opinion on these products.
Thank you for hanging out and and learning more about where this space is headed. Also, I really hope you’ll comment and share your favorite style influencers, brands, fashion adaption hacks and more.
Until then, stay fabulous!
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