Becoming hypersensitive to clothes can be a sign of expression or something greater.
As your children get a little older, you may notice that they start hating certain clothes in their closet and refuse to wear them anymore. Your budding nudist may be showing signs of self-expression, but it could also be something else. That could be a sign that they’re becoming hypersensitive to certain things. It could be the feel of certain fabrics against their skin, or it could be colored. Furthermore, it could also be that they do not like how the tag hangs on, how restrictive the outfit is, or how the seam is situated on the socks. Basically, it is crucial to find the underlying cause.
It can be frustrating trying to handle a child who is too wrapped up in going around in the birthday suit. Either way, don’t jump the gun and judge your child as being too uppity. They may prefer to make individual clothing choices that make them more comfortable, such as wearing shorts instead of pants or sneakers instead of flip-flops. Give your child options when it comes to their wardrobe so they can feel comfortable throughout the day. It will promote independence and pride in what is worn.