Obviously y'all know that we are EXTREMELY close and super similar when it comes to what we like and dislike, hence why we share pretty much everything, especially our clothes. Even though we have the same taste when it comes to style, each of us have certain pieces that we tend to gravitate towards. We are teaming up with Loft today (have been a major fan of their pieces for a long time, especially the fact that they have petite sizing. Shoutout to any shorties out there!) to show how we styled each other in honor of Sister's Day!
Learn more about the Wing Woman campaign on Twitter @mywingwoman or read more helpful tips at www.mywingwoman.com. I received compensation for this blog post from Teva Women’s Health.We all have that one person in our life who is our Wing Woman. I don’t think you all have to guess who mine is! As women, we usually look to our moms, friends, and sisters to be our confidants, mentors, and advice-givers. I definitely rely on my sister to fill that role for me. You all already know how close we are. Even though we fight ALL of the time, we wouldn’t trust anyone else with anything in our lives. Samantha is not only an incredible person inside and out, but she is the one I always look to for support and advice, whether it’s relationship issues, what I should wear with my favorite ripped jeans, or just everyday issues like what color I should paint my nails. She is literally everything to me. I know that she would say the same for me! We are extremely fortunate to have each other.When we both worked corporate Accounting jobs at Ernst & Young a couple of years ago, Samantha was traveling every week for work to Charlotte, NC. She traveled Monday-Friday, or sometimes even Sunday-Friday for three months straight. It was probably the toughest time for us because we didn’t see each other very often, like we were used to. Our time together was spent doing laundry and going to the gym on Saturdays and Sundays until she would pack up and leave again.She was having a rough time traveling and was pretty miserable. Even though I wasn’t exactly a happy camper at my job, I was there for her to give advice, positivity, and just listen to her when she was down to help her get through that tough time. I did whatever I could to make her laugh and smile, even though I was so upset inside seeing her like that.Our bond is something so tough to explain, and I really think only another set of twins could understand that. Some may call it codependency, but I call it fortunate and special. I would not be who I am without her and her constant support.
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