Tamara Mena says becoming a wheelchair user didn’t change her desire to put together fashionable outfits and look good.

Tamara Mena says becoming a wheelchair user didn’t change her desire to put together fashionable outfits and look good.

Razz Cue, a 52-year-old writer from Las Vegas and a C5-6 incomplete quadriplegic, generally settles for off-the-rack clothing but finds the selection rarely meets his specific needs. “Some designs work better than others, but I wish I could find pants with higher backs, longer legs and no back pockets, so I could sit comfortably and look stylish.”

Like many people with disabilities, Cue finds the process of shopping a bit annoying. He buys a bunch of different items, tries them on at home, and returns the ones that fit funky. If he does find somet