onesie


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onesie

(ˈwʌnzɪ)
n
(Clothing & Fashion) a one-piece garment combining a top with trousers, worn as leisurewear
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IT was a case of all for onesie and onesie for all at this seaside holiday park.
Lourd, who dressed up in a matching blue and white onesie with Lautner, posed in a mid squat position with her hands arranged as if she were going to say a prayer.
Adults have their version of the onesie and feel just as comfortable wearing them as kids do.
I would stay in my onesie and my hubby, Craig, and our kids, Brooke, 10, Tommy, six, and Miley, two, would stay in their pyjamas.
Friends of Cameron Grant, who died in 2014, walked up Ben Nevis in a onesie
com), a new wild onesie company for adults, is revolutionizing the American onesie market and encouraging people to go "fun" themselves.
Elephants, penguins, and pandas were just some of the exotic 'animals' that took part in the 2km Onesie Waddle and the slightly longer 5km Onesie Wander, to raise cash for Sumatran tigers in the wild.
This Star Wars Darth Vader Onesie features a chest plate, shoulder detail and even a Star Wars logo on the back, plus it has a hood to complete the evil lounge look.
All 211 pupils have given a donation to wear a onesie on World Diabetes Day.
PUB landlord Chris Kiff hopes to raise thousands of pounds in donations for Macmillan Cancer Support by wearing a onesie every day this year.
Going for a stroll through Tokyo, Lady G, 27, wore a strange onesie thing, a rainbow coat, a rather bizarre hairdo and a wacky pair of furry boots.