Onesies


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One·sies

 (wŭn′zēz′)
A trademark for a brand of one-piece garments for infants. This trademark, often styled without a final s and in lowercase, sometimes occurs in print with the meaning "a one-piece infant's garment."
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Crazy onesies and colourful pyjamas were the dress code for the day and each pupil who participated paid PS1 to the charity.
BEST friends will don their pink onesies in memory of a beloved sister.
Not only are the husband and wife fond of eating meals from the fast food restaurant, they also decided to go all out in expressing their love for brand by sporting KFC-designed onesies.
Himself a fan of the cult apparel, Juan launched the brand last September with the concept of making onesies cool to wear anytime, anywhere.
And there are some really stylish onesies out there right now.
The youngsters, who are part of the Charity Committee at Ysgol Caergeiliog, undertook the walk recently in their onesies in not the best weather conditions.
We all put on our onesies - Alexa, Hollie and I have matching rabbit onesies, which are so cute - and we just relax.
Funsies Onesies has spent over a year in product design; perfecting the material, fit and detailed product features.
Participants also had the choice of enjoying the rest of their day in the zoo - with or without the onesies.
get into " Elsewhere, it was "Feet up Friday" a Garston C of E Primary School as all the pupils and staff donned their best onesies to raise money for Comic Relief.
Pupils and teachers at Cerys' school, Croesty Primary in Pencoed, and other schools across Bridgend county donated PS1 to ditch their school uniforms and enjoyed lessons in onesies and pyjamas on the last day of term, with all proceeds going towards a fund that will pay for a life-changing operation for Cerys in the US.
Featuring national flags or symbols, and available in both long and short versions, the onesies are fantastic way support your team.