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Cool, Non-Matchy Threads for Twins

I always marvel at moms with twins. I mean, I can barely keep up with the demands of one toddler let alone deal with two. How in the world do these moms handle the double trouble? And when it comes to buying clothes for two, I’m surprised these moms don’t employ a full-time personal stylist or just keep the babies in diapers all day.

After all, there’s nothing worse than matching twins clothing, right? Where’s the individuality? Where’s the cool factor? I can just imagine those poor twins complaining about their photos years from now.

And from what little I’ve seen of twins clothing it’s enough to turn any mom off the idea of dressing her tots alike. But imagine the missed photo opportunities and cuteness factor! Thankfully, Lourdes Ferrer, designer and mom of twins, has taken all the kitsch out of twin clothing and replaced it with a healthy dose of whimsy, humor and good fashion sense with her collection Tot-a-Lot.

Click through to view the most amazing puzzle sleeping bags and more styles…


Coordinating without being matchy-matchy, the Tot-a-Lot clothing line is a style salvation for moms of twins and, of course, friends like me who have no idea what to bring to their baby showers (the packaging alone is award-winning and makes gifting a breeze).

Offering a complete collection of unmatched but complimentary sleeping bags, bibs, onesies, pajamas, tops and hats — this is the one-stop shop for twosome styles (ages 0-4 years old) that won’t make your kids cringe when they get older.

>>Exclusive Discount: Shipping from Spain doesn’t come cheap, but the lovely designer offered to send anything, anywhere in the world for a shipping flat rate of 6€!

Photos: Tot-a-Lot.com

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