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Wednesday, September 26th 2012, 11:44am

Just for fun... How does everyone dress their twins?

I was just wondering, how does everyone dress their twins? In the same clothes, similar or completely different? I guess this is mainly relevant to same sex twins!

Personally I like to dress my boys in similar things. I'm very happy if I can find the same thing in 2 different colours :thumbsup: . Sometimes they are dressed completely differently though, and occasionally identically. They do tend to mostly have the same jacket though, as to get the same thickness of jacket, they are rarely available in 2 colours. Whatever I dress them in, it might not be long before people don't even notice they are twins because Lukas is 3cm taller than Finn and a lot heavier.


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Wednesday, September 26th 2012, 12:47pm

I like to dress them the same probably because they are not identical. I always felt it easier as if you have a nicer outfit who wears it ? My daughters like to dress the same now and sometimes they have to wear odd socks as they want the same lol


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Friday, September 28th 2012, 4:49pm

sometimes they have to wear odd socks as they want the same lol
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Friday, September 28th 2012, 9:34pm

I also tend to dress mine the same but in different colours if possible. Or I buy different pieces from the same range so tonight one was in a dress and the other was in te matching top and leggings. I love dressing them up and seem o spend far more on them than I do on myself!
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