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Matchy matchy

LifeJo Boots
Matchy matchy

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So today's post is just a bit of fun. If you are dating or married this day and age, I'm assuming the majority of couples would have had the problem of wearing pretty much the same thing as your partner. Clothes are so unisex these days which I love, but where is the line on dressing the same? Where's the line between 'cute' or 'corny'? Well either way this happens to be a regular occurrence for Ezra and I, but I'm pretty sure Ezra does it on purpose! He loves matching, and I think he does it more because he knows I'm weird about it and still figuring out how I feel about the whole situation.

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Take these grey jumpers above as an example, which is probably where it all started. One day Ezra thought it would be funny to wear his grey jumper when he saw me wearing mine (yes I actually did get changed first this time round). At home I was all like 'I don't care, do what you want' but as soon as we were in public together I got SO weird about it and didn't even want to walk with him because I felt ridiculous!! Some days I'm all for it, and decide to embrace our matching outfits - who cares what anyone else thinks, right? Other days I'm like 'No way! It's so corny and embarrassing and everyone will comment and I'll have to tell everyone I got dressed first.

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To prove my point, we took a few photos of us in our matching outfits. The scary thing is this isn't even ALL of our matching clothes! We also bought all the items separately, not even realising the other person pretty much has the exact same top.

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So if you catch us being 'matchy matchy' you have caught me on a good day, where I have decided to not care what the rest of the world thinks. And hey, whatever that 'thing' may be for you that you're unsure of, embrace it. I hope today is a day you can decide to not care what the rest of the world thinks, and just be you.

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jolovesboots xx