The Ultimate Guide to #Twinning with your Daughter

The Ultimate Guide to #Twinning with your Daughter

Nothing says adorable like matching mother-and-daughter outfits. Not only do you get to bring around a mini-me and have her inherit your effortlessly good style, you and your daughter get to truly feel like partners in crime.

There are many ways to #twin with your little girl, and you can take your cues from local and international celebrities alike, who are all over this trend. So if you’re new to this fad, here are our top tips:

Dress to impress: Girls’ night out? Why not go for similar dresses and be the center of attention?

Jennifer Lopez and Emme. Photo from Pinterest.

Kim Kardashian and North. Photo from Daily Mail.


 Keep it casual: Not all pieces in your outfits have to match, but keep up the terno effect by wearing similar key pieces that catch the eye.

Jennifer Garner and Violet. Photo from Mirror.

Jessica Alba and Honor. Photo from Huffington Post.

Color-coordinate: Whether you have the exact same clothes or not, you can still mimic each other’s style with the same color combination.

Katie Holmes and Suri. Photo from Pinterest.

Michelle Williams and Matilda. Photo from Pinterest.

It’s not just dressing up; it’s bonding: Foster team spirit by doing sports, activities and workshops together – and of course, foster good fashion sense with matching #OOTDs.

Matching tops 😊 @angelinaisabele

A photo posted by Sunshine Braden Cruz (@sunshinecruz718) on

Make it a family affair: Why not include Dad? He may not have to wear an identical outfit, but he can always wear complementary colors to complete the look!

Happy New year from our little family to yours. ❤️❤️❤️

A photo posted by Marian Rivera Gracia Dantes (@therealmarian) on

Start now: Want to know the easiest way to twin with your little girl? Check out Vanessa Matsunaga’s newest collection for mothers and daughters on AVA. It’s got all the best pieces that will not only be perfect for any event, they’ll also make your #twinning dreams come true!

And the final tip? Don’t forget to take a lot of pictures – because they’re only at that age for a while, so you’ll want to make the memories last a lifetime!