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What Is More Cute Than Matching Outfits?

There is one trend that I'm absolutely crazy about this year and that is: matching outfits! What is more cute than matching outfits for mothers and daughters, or for even for other family members ( I see no reason why trendy grandmothers should try it as well)? Fashion is here to be enjoyed by all of us, no matter our age, gender or social group. That's the wonderfully democratic aspect of modern fashion, practically anyone can wear whatever they like! Matching trend is actually not that new, I'm sure you'll all seen parents dressing their twins in identical outfits. Moreover, this matching trend has had its revival under a new name this season: twinning! From fashion week streetstyle to every day wear, more people are embracing twinning i.e. wearing matching outfits with their friends or family members.

 Mom Girl Rose Prints Frill Hem Matching Dress

I saw some bloggers twinning with their daughters and/or mothers and I must say they rocked this trend so well. I felt inspired to try it myself. I've been meaning to twinning with my mother, but we live in different countries so it is hard to organize it. I might try it with other family members. You know, I even consider sewing some matching outfits myself, but if I don't find the time, it's great to know they are specialized shops such as Popreal where you can buy adorable clothes for children, matching outfits for mothers, included. For those unsure how to wear this trend, holidays are perhaps the ideal time to opt for matching family outfits. They will surely contribute to the festive feel. Some of you have already worn  matching family Easter outfits. Easter is behind us, but it is never to early to prepare for the next one. In addition, there are new holidays coming up. Speaking of which, why limit matching outfits only to adults and kids? Why not let your children wear matching sibling outfits. Everyone knows that sibilings often enjoy dressing up similarly. Why not let them take it to next level and shop for some matching sibling outfits?

While we're on the subject of holidays, Chirstmas is a holiday that goes particularly well with themed outfits. Why not check out matching Christmas outfits for siblings? Christmas is all about family, and matching matching family outfits are certainly a nice way to get into the spirit of Christmas. Anyway, there are many ways to wear matching outfits. Tell me what do you think about matching outfits? Is it something you would be interested in trying yourself? Is it something you have already tried? Is it something you're planning on trying? If yes, in what way? Do let me know. Thank you for reading. Have a great weekend!


  1. I think matching outfits are the cutest! :) Sometimes I will try coordinate my outfits with the boys, but having very different wardrobes it's not always easy! I do often dress them the same though, if I see clothes I like I buy them for both of them so they run around dressed identically, haha! :)

    Hope you are having a nice start to your weekend :)

    Away From The Blue Blog

    1. that's so cute! I think brothers always look adorable when they're dressed in similar style.

  2. I don't think there is anything cuter than the mommy and me outfits- so adorable!! One of the reasons I hope to have a girl one day!! :D

    Design Life Diaries

  3. I always find it so adorable when I see two twins wearing matching outfits, and when families all coordinate! My cousin and her two sons always look so matchy and if their outfits are planned to the very last details (which I don't doubt lol), and they always look fabulous! I find on holiday and Christmas cards is a time where I see a lot of family members coordinate outfits or match!

  4. this is so cute
    This is so nice,
    this post is very lovely
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  5. Yes, this is really cute :-) I remeber we had with my mom dresses from the same fabric too, I was so happy to look like her :-)

  6. Lovely post dear! Have a great week! xx

  7. This is aboslutely cute,
    I love wearing partner-looks with your mmom :)
    she was always my idol so I was happy to look like her.

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  8. There is literally nothing more cute than this!


  9. Yes! Matching outfits in clever ways with a member of your family, your couple or even a friend is such an interesting fashion game. I've never experience this before but I'll definitely do with a friend during summer! All the pictures are so cute, wish I could have a twin brother to do this haha!

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  10. Oh yes, I love matching outfits too, dear! xoxo

  11. Matching outfits are so cute! I love escecially the first pic with mummy and daughter in this flowery dress :-)

    xxxxx Nadine

  12. I think matching outfits are cutest. I would love to wear matching clothes with my daughter. The first picture is so cute. I love their floral dresses.
    Love 😘
    Have a great day 😘

  13. I didn't really even know it was a thing until I saw some Christmas dress listings on ebay for matching Mum and daughter dresses- it is rather sweet!


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