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  1. #1
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    Isla & Skye?

    Playing around with G/G twin combinations and like the sound of Isla & Skye. What to people think? Also what middle names would work?
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  2. #3
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    Sep 2012
    Makes me think of the Isle of Skye.
    Isla is my favorite of the two. Other simple, sleek natureish names:


  3. #5
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    I like the connection - Isla like an island and Skye like the sky. But, I'm not a huge fan of Skye, mainly because I've seen it used on boys and girls, while Isla is strictly feminine.

    Isla Elizabeth and Skye Emmeline
    Isla Agnes and Skye Ingrid
    Isla Jane and Skye Marie
    Isla Ruth and Skye Louise
    Isla Faye and Skye Elise

    I also like:
    Isla and Nova
    Isla and Daphne
    Isla and Delphine
    Isla and Iris
    Isla and Aspen
    Isla and Brooke
    Isla and Caspia
    Isla and Junia/June
    Isla and Flora
    Isla and Isadora
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  4. #7
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    Apr 2012
    I think they're a very Scottish pair. I'm not keen on Skye though and I'm not sure if the two 'eye' sounds are too much :/
    Anyway, for middles:

    Isla Josephine and Skye Georgina
    Isla Florence and Skye Elizabeth
    Isla Beatrice and Skye Victoria
    Isla Catherine and Skye Rosamund
    Isla Penelope and Skye Alexandra

    I think that as short, trendy, boyish names, these two need a longer, frilly, classic middles to balance them out

  5. #9
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    Jan 2010
    Quote Originally Posted by emmabobemma View Post
    Makes me think of the Isle of Skye.
    This was my first thought! Very Scottish combo, though Isla and Skye give me very different vibes individually, Isla is sweet, feminine and girly while Skye is spunky, earthy and unisex
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