Wes and I decided to do a little “matchy-matchy” today for our lunch outing. (We wore our matching Dickies shirts we bought in Korea when we lived there.) If you’re not familiar with that term, here is a crash test for you.

1.Americans think matching clothing is only for newborn twins or toddlers, otherwise it’s considered a bit odd.
2.Going “matchy-matchy” is all about showing your love for your other half in South Korea.
3.Wearing matching clothes tests how dedicated the man is to the relationship (i.e. if the guy won’t wear matching clothes, he isn’t that interested!)
4.True love in Korea = matching outfits.

For more on the “matchy-matchy” style go to this link: http://www.buzzfeed.com/rsultan/matching-outfits-for-couples-are-apparently-a-thin

Wes and Hope matchingMatching shoesMatching Dickies shirts and Converse shoes
Matching in Korea 2Dickies matching shirts

Matching isn’t just for kids… 🙂

2 thoughts on ““Matchy-Matchy”

  1. Also in Germany twin style is for adults considered a bit silly. But if you feel comfortable this way, just go ahead 🙂 Matching clothes are not needed do see within seconds how much you two are in love with each other.

    • Thank you so much Zyriacus, we are best friends and love each other very much that’s true. I’m glad our love is evident to others. That means we must be doing something right. 🙂 Matching clothes or no, we just try and have fun.

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