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 something that fits well and looks good, he buys several copies in various colors.  “Finding somethi