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Madewell's got matching mom + me outfits—and all our #twinning dreams have come true
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If you're looking to do some #twinning with your kids this Mother's Day, Madewell has what you've been looking for, mama.

They just launched their second collaboration with Crewcuts, including The Embroidered Denim collection has which some matching mom and daughter looks we are totally loving.

Check out the options from this adorable collection:

Madewell x crewcuts Kids' Confetti Floral Embroidered Denim Shift Dress

Super cute on its own or layered over a tee, this shift dress is all about love with the adorable heart pocket detail. Sizes 3 to 14 are up on Madewell.com.

$75.00

Mama's Embroidered Denim Courier Shirt

Madewell embroidered denim shirt

A great top for spring (that's easy to wash), this 100% cotton, oversized shirt is perfectly springy.

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$79.50

Madewell x crewcuts Kids' Floral Embroidered Jean Jacket

Over the matching dress or on its own with a tee and jeans, this kid's jean jacket is on trend and great for layering in this season where the little ones are hot one minute, and cold the next.

This one's going fast! Sizes 2, 3, 8, 10 and 12 are the only ones left.

$69.50

Wide-Leg Crop Jeans: Confetti Floral Embroidered Edition, $145.00 

Cropped, comfy and with an extra high rise, these pants are made for #momlife.

$145.00

Madewell x crewcuts Kids' Floral Embroidered Jean Shorts

If your kiddo would rather wear shorts than a dress (because we know girls love pockets, too) these shorts will get you through spring and summer.

$55.00

Madewell x crewcuts Embroidered Tee in Confetti Floral

This cotton tee works with the matching shorts or plain jeans and the relaxed fit means your child will be comfortable, not constricted.

$29.50

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