And just because you have boys doesn’t mean you have to miss out on twinning with them. I will show you how.
Based on the latest runway trends, I have put together a winter edition for mama and her minis. Mums with boys or mums with girls or mums with both can adopt all of these tips. But remember one thing – these aren’t rules! There are none! Only suggestions and what has worked for us! Have fun with it, we won’t be able to do this forever 😉 #imaginetwinningwithyourteenager
Top 5 winter tips for Mama and mini
With twinning, I mean the exactly the same outfit, usually in adults/kids sizes. I am loving all the different options out at the moment especially for winter. Basically when you do twinning, your mini just looks like they are in a miniature outfit to yours (same fabric, colour, brand, style). When wearing this look, my major tip for this one is; only wear it, if you like the piece individually and would wear it still without your babe. You don’t want to come across as too costume-y. Some brands that we love and work well with twinning are @mad_about_mini , @frankiejonesthelabel and @beauhudson. You can also personalise your looks for the whole family which is also another great way to achieve twinning. We love @meandminiclothing for our personalised looks.
Matchy matchy often can be confused with twinning, but it is a little different. You come across an outfit that you love for your babes and they don’t have in your size? That is ok, just recreate it. Really easy to do with jeans or a similar colour palette. This is a really fun and creative way of matching without being exactly the same as twinning. Great start if you aren’t ready for twinning.
Such an easy way to match whilst still keeping your personal style. Winter is great for accessories, I am loving hats, belts, beanies and scarves. So many stores are starting to do mama/papa and mini matching in the accessories department. @fini.thelabel do some beautiful hats and turbans for girls too.
This would probably be my favourite and my go-to, because I can dress us all in our own personal style (including hubby) but we all complement each other, whether it is hubby and myself, or myself and both boys, or hubby with one of the boys. So choose a colour palette and you can mix and match even with textures or patterns. This is good for boy mums too, because you can still wear a dress but match your mini. When there is more than two of you, you might have an olive top + cream jacket and black jeans, one child might have a cream scarf + olive pants, another child might have a black top and cream beanie. Possibilities are endless and ties you all in together (and great for photos too) this is my go-to 🙂
I would include the same colour pallet for this one (eg. Overalls but all wearing a black top underneath). This is a great option so you can still dress like an adult but your kids can still look like kids if you know what I mean. For winter I am loving turtlenecks, overalls, suits and checks.