While Katie Stauffer has never really dressed her two youngest children alike despite them being twins, she admits "They really are similar in style"

February 05, 2019 08:00 AM
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Mila and Emma Stauffer are only 4 years old, but they’ve already added “fashion designer” to their list of achievements.

The twin sisters’ mom Katie Stauffer — a family blogger whose Instagram account boasts 4 million followers — spoke to PEOPLE exclusively about the girls’ new line at Target, revealing “they were actually a big part,” of the design process, “especially Mila” while “Emma isn’t as picky on what she wears.”

“We’d have fabrics in mind and they said, ‘Definitely this one,’ ” says Stauffer. “They were part of the fittings and everything. Mila would say, ‘I think this should be lower,’ and stuff like that.”

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“They were a big part from the beginning to the end,” she adds. “When we did get the dresses for them to call on, they were so excited.”

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Mila and Emma Stauffer
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Mila and Emma Stauffer
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The mother of five describes the pieces in the collection as “very girly” and “basically high-end fashion at an affordable price.”

“Not a lot of bigger stores have that affordable high-end look. This particular line is for spring, so a lot of soft colors and floral,” Stauffer reveals to PEOPLE. “A lot of dresses. Also separates that match. But it is really feminine, really girly, springy and Easter!”

The girls — who turned 4 on Halloween and have become an internet sensation in part due to their hilariously adorable rant-style videos — “had the time of their lives” modeling for the collection.

“They totally understand what this is all about, which I didn’t know if they would,” Stauffer says. “They get there is going to be a clothing line at Target. I have never seen them more excited than at this photo shoot.”

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While Stauffer has never really dressed her two youngest children alike despite them being twins, she admits “They really are similar in style.”

“Mila is a bit more fussy, but Emma cares too,” she tells PEOPLE. “They really like the same things.”

The Mila & Emma childrenswear line will be available Feb. 24 in stores and on target.com.

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