Sensory Stories # 29: Clothing – choosing your shoes, hats and jackets
Posted: 28 April, 2022
By: Marieta du Toit
Marieta continues Annemarie’s discussion about clothing choices and shares her perspective as a sensory root.
As a sensory avoider, Marieta prefers less sensory input because that keeps her calmer, more comfortable and focused. She explains her clothing preferences from a sensory threshold point of view including minimal layering, monotone colours and simple patterns.
Watch the video to learn more and let us know what you think. We would love to hear from you!
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👩🏼🎓 Marieta qualified as an Occupational Therapist in 1999 and has been living out her vocational passion since then: helping clients achieve happy, healthy, productive lives. She has been part of the Sensory Intelligence® team since 2017. Marieta has a special interest in combining neurology, sensory regulation and human behaviour in the modern world, thereby facilitating self-awareness and improved quality of life for clients. Due to the increase of stressors in people’s everyday lives, she enjoys guiding people towards better understanding of their own Sensory Matrix™ scores and as a result, improving their coping skills for work, relationships, wellbeing and “ordinary life”.