Sorry if this has been done before, but I am finding trousers etc very hard to fit DTs, around their cloth nappies.
Clothes don't seem to be made to take them into consideration any more. DTs are coming up to 8 months, and I don't want to pay a fortune, but regular clothing stores seem too tight, I am having to dress them in the next size up which means everything is too long, and although I put them in dresses on occasions, they have a tendancy to crawl onto them iyswim.
Frugi and Bright Bots both do clotehs cut for cloth bottoms, also Tinkertogs if they are still going. The Frugi things especially are fabulous quality and last forever so look for stuff on ebay. The vests are worth buying new though as they get so much wear - good sale atm too.
now is also the time of year buy cropped trousers in the next size up so they fit round the bum but are not too long.
Eventually I gave up and just hack the legs off 3-4yo jeans for dd (2)
Yorky - dd is nearly 10 months and manages fine crawling in leggings. Dresses are indeed very amusing! Boden and Monsoon clothes are fairly big so I have found that they fit nicely. Gap trousers are minuscule.
probably a mad suggestion when you have twins but kid's trousers are very very easy to make if you have a sewing machine. You hardly need any fabric and it would be easy to make matching or contrasting ones if that is your thing for dressing twins. You can just use a pair that fit well to use as pattern and don't even need to have different shapes for front and back sections for younger kids. Elastic waists are really simple too. You can find some ovely material online or in some shops or cut up bits of your old things if you have suitable stuff. Well-worn fabric is also really soft.
Haven't even thought of making them! It's been abput 15 years since I last approached a sewing machine (school!!) but might consider giving it a go.....hmmmmm, was thinking of making a bean bag earlier, I am all inspired now.
<<Off to ask friend with sewing knowledge for a few lessons>>