My kids aren't being picky. They both have some measure of tactile defensiveness, though they each show it in different ways. This means that certain textures on the skin can actually cause them pain, distress, or just discomfort. They can't ignore it, or deal with it--it will take over their thoughts until the problem is fixed.
So I have learned to supply them with clothing that they will wear. Yes, it means that on Christmas Munchkin wore black cotton pants with an elastic waistband and a red t-shirt instead of the cute Christmas-themed 3-piece sweater set a friend gave us for him. And it means that Squirrel goes to school everyday with her collared uniform shirts driving her batty. And I'm sure that strangers are tempted to call Child Protective Services on me because my children are walking outside with no coats on, while I am bundled in hat, scarf and gloves and it's 30 degrees out. But for the most part, we get along fine with our wardrobes--we've learned to make it work for us!
So, anyway...I discovered Soft Clothing Company awhile back, and have purchased several items from their clothing line. My kids love their clothes. They are all made of soft cotton, with flat seams and no tags. Their socks are awesome--if they made them in adult sizes, I'd buy for myself! They are offering a great give-away just in time for Easter, along with the SPD Blogger Network. Follow the link below to sign up for a chance to win a great Easter basket from Pottery Barn Kids, filled with many cool toys and books, and a Spring outfit from Soft Clothing!