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Here's How To Master Matching Looks With Your Kid These Days

Take it from our most fashion-forward moms!

School and play dates are further rescheduled as virtual meetings and if you're a stylish mom, you would know that this situation calls for matching quarantine dressing with your kids! We give you three tried-and-tested ways to subtly match outfits with your kids. Regardless of what daily activities you or your kid have lined up, trust that you can do the most with these style tips. Fresh white and neutrals, earthly prints and patterns, to supporting local artisans and their traditional hand-woven designs, best believe that we made it easier for you and your kid to match and support local at the same time!

Lead Photos from @sarahlahbati and @triciacentenera


White And Warm Neutrals


Bea Soriano-Dee with Billie 

Photo from @beibeidee

Wearing all-white can be tricky especially if you're running around with toddlers all day. But it's better to train them how to properly care for their clothes early in their childhood. Take it from Bea and her matching lounge and playtime-ready outfit with her daughter Billie. Your kid will thank you for buying him or her pairs of breathable blouses or shirts for playtime!



Sarah Lahbati-Gutierrez with Zion and Kai

Photo from @sarahlahbati

This portrait of Sarah with Zion and Kai shows that you can play with an all-white layout with cheerful and warm neutrals. Dress yourself up with a white dress or blouse and beige linen trousers to match your kid's cheerful yellow button-down and off-white pants. Terracottas like any other color on the neutral color palette can also suit a bouncing toddler. Mix and match colors in your child's wardrobe for days when he or she has worn enough prints!



Mikaela Lagdameo-Martinez with Maxen

Photo from @mikaelamartinez

For #FilipinoFashionFridays, Mikaela and Maxen dress up in their favorite local brands from head-to-toe! We love how Mikaela incorporated this fresh mint-colored dress from Myka Limchoc to subtly match Maxen’s rich green sweater from Elementary Basics. The mother-and-son duo also ticked our boxes when they both wore statement pieces for their outfit. Mikaela’s statement belt by Rajo Laurel and Maxen’s check shorts are definitely so cute!



Ode To Nature


Tricia Centenera-Santos with Arrow

Photo from @triciacentenera

You don't need matching colors or prints to perfect a matchy matchy look with your kid! It goes right down to the colors you pick, each shade or print should complement the other. Feel free to throw in different sleeve lengths, dress silhouettes, or accessories to complete your matching look. Pink and white suit Tricia and Arrow well, take a look at how they match their dress and ponytail!



Kelly Misa-Fernandez with Tristan

Photo from @kellymisa

Kelly and Tristan’s take on being one with nature is florals and palm trees galore! Donning their consciously made pieces from H&M, we always love a mother-and-son duo who radiates their love with nature. Pick your contrasts and match on theme just like this!



Love Local!


Marga Nograles with Nikka

Photos from @marganograles

Marga Nograles is the best example for her daughter Nikka as they proudly banner this hand-beaded blouse by one of their partners in the Bagobo Tagabawa Tribe. The best matchy matchy moment we could ever ask for, love local pieces look good on both Marga and Nikka. Shop and take pride in Filipino artistry on Kaayo Modern Mindanao! Pair blouses like these with denim or tailored blue trousers and a pleated blue skirt for your child.


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