Whether you love the concept or hate it – there’s no denying that the ‘twinning’ trend is taking over in a big way. We’ve been seeing international celebrities as well as Instagram stars twin with their children for quite some time now – but seems like this style statement if you will, has made it’s way to Pakistan too! Some of our favourite celebrity mother-daughter duos have been taking their twinning game to a whole new level, but we’re not complaining. They’re so adorable! Scroll for proof.
If there’s anyone who can outshine the gorgeous Syra Shahroz, it’s none other than her adorable daughter, Nooreh. Of all their adorable mother-daughter moments, this one of them twinning is possibly one of our favourites. It’s easy to do too – there is no going wrong with a matching PJ set!
We love a good pair of dungarees, and we love it even more when you twin in it with your little one! Don’t Hira Tareen and her daughter Mahgul look absolutely adorable in their denim overalls? Now that’s how you dress for mother-daughter day out!
Supermodel Alyzeh Gabol’s style is always on-point! And it seems she’s passing on some great style lessons to her darling daughter as well. Take cue from this mother-daughter duo this Eid, and twin with your little one in stunning white ghararas! Trust us, you’ll be the best dressed in the room.
Aamina Sheikh lets her hair down with her daughter Meissa in this fun boomerang! What do you think of their matching outfits? We were sold as soon as we hit play.
White kurtas FTW! Mehreen Syed has been spotted twinning with her daughter on several occasions. From saris to gowns and even princess costumes, they’ve twinned in an outfit of every kind with style. But since we’re suckers for white kurtas, this is probably our favourite look by the two!
Meesha Shafi has the coolest stock of slogan tees, but did you know her daughter is a fan of slogan tees too? If you’re looking for summer-style inspiration for you and your little one, Meesha and her daughter, Janevi is who you should be Insta-stalking. Here’s to girl power!