Tuesday, May 12, 2020

6 ways to Twin with your Daughters!

Let me be very honest! 😀 One of the main reasons why I always prayed to God that I should have a daughter was so that I could play dress up with her. I mean isn't it cute when mommies and their daughters dress up in matching outfits which we now call TWINNING? Not only is it fun, but it also makes for really good photo opportunities! 😉

Here are 6 ways in which you can TWIN with your daughters:

1. Matching dresses are always a great idea

When it comes to matching dresses, there is no hassle of planning the top and bottom, as you are sorted in one go. The same dresses in different sizes look super cute. Either get them stitched, or head to stores where you get the same dress in both sizes. I got our dresses that you see in the picture above from Westside.

2. Same print but different style of tops

When you want to match but not look exactly the same, you can go for the same print and colour of the top but in different styles. Like I am wearing a blue with white polka dots shirt over black culotte pants, and Aryaa is wearing a blue with white polka dots t-shirt over black jeans. This way both of us are in our own comfort zones, while we showcase our own unique style and personality, and the world still knows that she is my baby girl. This tip is also very useful when you are travelling with your daughter or are sightseeing. Helps you locate each other, as well as the kids can easily help others identify you in case they get lost. In the picture, I am wearing a shirt from Express and Aryaa is wearing a t-shirt from GAP.

2. Mommy Daughter T-shirts

So in the case of Mommy Daughter T-shirts, the T-shirts are 90% the same, other than a difference in the print, like in the image above. Mine says Insta-Mom and Aryaa's says Insta-Kid. I loved these t-shirts the minute I saw them as they were apt for Aryaa and me because of how Instagram active we are. Our t-shirts are from The Children's Place.

4. Exactly the same Polo T-shirts

Most of the brands that make Polo T-shirts for kids and adults would be having identically the same colours and patchwork patterns in T-shirts of both sizes. These look super smart and you can dress them up or dress them down depending on your personal styles. Our Polo T-shirts here are from U.S. Polo Assn.

5. Layering matching tops

As you can see in the picture above, Aryaa and me are wearing exactly the same t-shirt, which has been layered with exactly the same denim shirt. And you can see how cute it looks! You can try doing this the way we did it or by layering solid coloured matching t-shirts/singlets with solid coloured matching shirts, like a white singlet with a red shirt or a black t-shirt with a white shirt. Our t-shirts and denim shirts in the picture above are from Pepe Jeans.

6. Matching the colour of your top and bottom

This is the easiest way to twin and so I kept this tip for the last. All you need is to match the colour of your tops without bothering what the style or material of the top is. Similar wear the same colour jeans/pants and you are set. This way you match but are still not too matchy matchy. It's basically about matching the colour scheme. My top above is from Shein and jeans are from Tommy Hilfiger, whereas Aryaa's lace top is from Central and her jeans are from Zara.

I hope you liked the tips to twin with your girls. In case you have boys, then other than the first tip, all the rest can be used to twin with your boys as well. All in all, these help to put together some cute outfits and create some memorable moments. If you try them out, do let me know. 😊

With this we come to the 12th post of my May 2020 Blogging Challenge. Makes me super happy that I haven't lagged as yet. And some of you are giving me company everyday which I truly appreciate. Now it's your turn to submit your blog post links for 12th May 2020. Looking forward to reading your posts! 😍😍😍

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