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How To Dress Your Twins

Section: Kids' Fashion
The twin dilemma - do you go down the traditional route of dressing them in matching outfits or try and encourage their individuality from an early age? We reckon anything goes. From matching onesies to personalised bodysuits, here’s our pick of what the best-dressed twins will be rocking this spring.
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Pinafore, £24,

Dressing your little girls identically isn’t for everyone, so a good compromise is to choose the same dress in a different pattern. We love these cotton pinafores – layer over a long sleeve top until the weather gets warmer.
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Boys Romper, £22, Girls Romper, £24,

Got one of each? Forget blue for a boy and pink for a girl, these traditional style rompers are perfect for your twins’ first social outings but aren’t similar enough to be twee.
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‘Two little birdies’ romper, £24 each,

How cute are these? Rompers that have a personalised rhyme on the back for each twin. Available in six different colours.
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Twin gift set, £55,

These are the perfect gift for new arrivals, matching cotton t-shirts with a ‘peas in a pod’ logo and two pairs of supersoft leather shoes. The breathable sole is ideal for delicate newborn feet. Available in sizes 0-12 months. Twin gift set, £55,
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Twins changing bag, £89,

Twins means twice the joy but also a need for a changing bag with twice the room! This specially designed bag has lots of roomy pockets to fit in all the kit you have to carry and a super-padded mat for changing time.
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Bodysuit 2 pack, £26,

These short sleeve bodysuits are 100% cotton and machine washable (phew!) The envelope neck makes dressing and undressing super easy as it widens so you can pull the suit down over your baby’s body. Handy after an explosive nappy.
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Yes Playsuits, £44,

Fed up with people asking the same old questions? Let your babies have the answer with these tongue-in-cheek rompers. Maybe they’ll get the hint…
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Shoes, £19.50, Boots, £23.50,

Another way to be similar-but-not- identical is to choose a print or pattern and pick different items for each twin. These fleece-lined boots and ballerina slippers are the perfect example.
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