There are times when we see women wearing something similar to us or maybe even exactly the same outfit. But why do we cringe seeing it? Well, for one I’m sure a lot of times we dislike it because we have no connect with the girl in that outfit or maybe we just didn’t like the way she styled it. Which means the same outfit we thought was fab doesn’t seem fab anymore.
Why am I saying this? Because in complete contrast to this, I absolutely love twinning with MY girlies. I think twinning is adorable and somewhere it feels like I have a connect with my girl that sets us apart from the rest of the crowd.
But at TSC, we feel while twinning one of the most essential things is to make sure to not end up looking like identical twins. So today, here is what we are going to talk about.
How to Twin with your bestie or your sister/mother basically your girly and to ace it!
So now that this post is about me twinning with my bff lets first get to know her a little better. And you will see how twinning with her worked to my benefit of not looking identical 😉
Devika Deshpande aka BFF aka DD. We have known each other for over 15 years and despite being in separate cities majority of the time she managed to become numero uno over the years.
Here’s what you need to know about her for real:
Devika works at a Consulting MNC from “9am to whenever my Boss wants” and splits her time between her desk and airports. Apart from work, she attempts to work out for an hour everyday and depending on the day of the week, she either Netflix and chills or paints the town red with her friends.
According to Devika, Fashion is knowing what suits your body type and experimenting in line with that.
Devika’s style mantra is classic chic. She reckons a good watch, handbag and a pair of high heels can oomph any look.
On being asked which fashion icon’s style she would love to steal is, here is what she had to say- “Honestly I don’t follow fashion to want to steal a style. But I’d like to steal a good indo- fusion look or someone who carries crisp cotton sarees with aplomb.”
In the real world DD and me are actually quite different from each other. Similarly in the style world too, if maximalism is my style then minimalism is DD’s style. Yes! Totally opposite I know and that works well a lot of times for us to explore each other’s style too. Although let me admit that I can yet dress down well, but dressing up doesn’t go down too well with DD most of the times, without her feeling like a christmas tree.
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Here you can see me going all out with an all-white look with that hint of a boho touch. Whereas, DD sticks to her minimal best with the hat adding that chic touch.
Dress, Earrings & Tie-ups- Koovs.com
Watch- Daniel Wellington
Shoes- Reserved clothing store, Russia
Hat- street buy, Goa
So! Wondering why we chose white dresses? Because hey summer!
And why did we choose similar bags? Because hey we aren’t so different and we do have the same frequency on a lot of things too 😉 Just like the scarf twinning (completely unintentional). We both love scarves while travelling and more so because of how versatile they are to style.
Hope you all enjoyed reading this post. If you do twin with your soul sister then don’t forget to tag in your pictures on Instagram @thestylechair and show me how you did it. Do stay tuned to my Instagram because lot more posts are coming up with my leading lady as we go on a mother-daughter trip next month.
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Be Yourself & Shine On ❤
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