Wrap It Up Onesie, $118 at Free People
Gigi C Bikinis
Cassidy Catsuit, $265 at Gigi C Bikinis
Madeleine Thompson x Spiritual Gangster
Jumpsuit, $198 at Spiritual Gangster
Backcountry Softshell Ski All in One, $510 at Sweaty Betty
Jet Infinity Jumpsuit, $175 at Koral
Alloy Ombre Elevation Midi Bodysuit, $170 at Carbon38
Zone Midweight Base Layer Suit, Merino Wool, $130.95 at Amazon
Merino Wool Star II Jumpsuit Black Metallic Gold, $425 at Perfect Moment
Macrame Back Catsuit, $148 at Carbon38
Savannah Full Length Bodysuit, $222.60 at Vaara
Yellow Stripe Owen Romper, $126 at Beach Riot
Like bodysuits, onesies aren’t exactly easy to pull off IRL. Back in the day, they were mostly relegated to base layers meant to be worn under garments to keep you warm while skiing/snowboarding. Or, you know, for actual infants. Unfortunately, with the proliferation of brands like Tipsy Elves and Snuggie, onesies are associated with less than fashionable attire — though, to their credit, Tipsy Elves now make a number of stylish one-piece options.
But given the obvious convenience that comes with cutting down on the number of garments you have to put on in the morning, there’s a very real appeal to onesies. Even Beyonce is into them!
If you look hard enough, there are actually a lot of onesie options that won’t make you look like an overgrown child or like you’re headed to a costume party. While many of the most stylish options veer the catsuit route, there are roomier options for those looking for something less body-con and plenty of great choices for the slopes and working out.[ Next: 10 Street Style-Approved Ways to Dress Up a Sweatshirt ]
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