Twinning seems to be on trend these days with some brands offering matching mummy / children clothes. This has always been popular in Spain especially with matching sibling’s outfits, something you don’t see that much here in the UK.


I am personally not too much into it and my children don’t really like it but the other day we thought it’d be fun if they wore the same clothes and they actually had good fun.



I think twinning looks good from time to time but it’s something we would not do on a regular basis. I don’t think the boys would like to wear the same clothes, all the time, especially as they both have their own fashion taste.

The boys are wearing H&M t-shirts & Next trousers

What do you think?  Do you dress your children in matching clothes?


17 thoughts on “Twinning

  1. Aww such happy photos. Love their matching outfits. I really like H&M kids, I wish our local one sold kids clothes. I've been tempted to buy a few of the Mummy/Son sets, but I'm not buying myself clothes at the moment so never have. X
  2. Aw, how cute are these two! You're right, twinning doesn't seem to be such a big thing here in the UK. I think it's quite big in the US. I have seen a few more mummy and me twinning accessories this season though. I quite like the idea sometimes but it would depend on what outfit it was! I am loving this little H&M tee with the Next trousers. Lovey little outfits! Thank you so much for linking up with us and hope you had a great weekend! #weekendministyle
  3. I do love matching clothes! I just think they look so cute. Can't wait till I have to bubba's to coordinate! I think it's best when they have the same but different. For example, matching tops but in different colours or with different colour trousers. That way they still match but you can put their own spin on it too. xx
    1. Totally agree with you. I think it's also good to do it while they are still young and haven't got opinions about what to wear!! My two are very fussy now, little fashionistas.

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