From using a wheelchair or living with paralysis, any number of situations can inhibit your shopping experience when you're not typically able-bodied.
RTÉ’s Two newest six-part programme delves into the stories of people who wouldn’t typically be included in today’s fashion world.
Presented by Paddy Smyth, a Disability activist, the six-part programme will feature eighteen makeover candidates whose lives present a range of situations from blindness and obesity to down syndrome and dwarfism.
Last night viewers reacted to the first episode with a rollercoaster of emotions.
Between the mammy and the service dog I’m bawling #TheFittingRoom— jennifer (@jenn_jenn_w) April 15, 2019
Enjoying #TheFittingRoom on @RTE2 Full of emotional moments, lighthearted laughter and powerful personal stories. An insight into the difficulties of dressing when you’re not the average size / frame #FashionForAll 👏 @PaddyySmyth & co— Niamh Hamell (@Niamh_ie) April 15, 2019
Totally Glued to #TheFittingRoom on #RTETwo #HayleyFitzsimons look so chuffed and glammed up - she got to keep her converse 👟 pic.twitter.com/1Q3CXDG57f— The Big Screen Quiz (@BigScreenQuiz) April 15, 2019
Oh ok cool so I've gone from being angry at a hideous kilt to SOBBING over a gorgeous necklace and an assistance dog in the space of 15 minutes. Help. #TheFittingRoom— James Mitchell (@jamesmitchelltv) April 15, 2019
Did you miss the show? Catch up on the RTÉ Player here