Let’s face it – children who wear matching outfits look adorable. If you do not agree, we invite you to dress up your kids and find it out for yourself.
Perhaps one of the biggest reasons behind the explosion of matching your kids’ clothing in the UK is the royal princes and prince – children of Kate and William, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. In 2016, when the family visited Canada, Prince George wore navy shorts, a blue sweater and knee-high socks. Charlotte, in her mom’s arms, wore a blue dress and matching hair bow. In fact, the whole family colour coordinated their image in royal blue and navy during the tour.
The royal siblings really excelled at wearing children’s clothes. George’s sweater had the same shade of blue as Charlotte’s shoes and hair bow. The light blue tone of his chequered shirt perfectly matched with the flower print of Charlotte’s dress.
The following are some interesting ideas to explore if you are planning to dress up your kids in matching clothes.
Same outfit in different colours
Dressing up your kids in the same outfit but in different colours is a sweet and simple option. In case you are not interested in the complete uniform look, you can vary the design slightly such as blouses and collars.
Combine the pattern with accessories and knitwear
You could try a complete matching look. Alternatively, you could also vary the design such as using different kinds of accent colours. For example, if you are using the same coloured tartan, you could complement the same with a light blue shade of cardigan, shirt or blouse.
This kind of pattern combination works for kids of all ages and both genders. You could use it for tops or skirts, onesies or bloomers, shorts or trousers.
Following a colour scheme
If you have kids who have an age difference of more than a few years, this kind of matching is ideal for you. It allows your kids to put on age appropriate dresses while maintaining a uniform look. Remember, you can always explore colours beyond the conventional ones such as blues, reds and pinks.
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