Onesies being sleepwear, you only wear them at home, and that means you can wear them in colors that you may not wear on any other garment. Bright yellow for example, is a color you might not pick for a pair of pants or a shirt, but for pajamas or any sort of loungewear, it’s fun to wear. Look for onesies that are not only colorful, but made of comfortable fabric that will feel soft and cozy. That’s what onesies are all about.
Four examples – I like the white detailing on the third and fourth ones:
Yellow onesie for adults pictured:
1 – Groovy UK Ltd Men’s Only Fools and Horses Onesie
2 – NEW Japan Pokemon Pikachu Adult Cosplay Costume ALL SIZES
3 & 4 – ZOOOP iT UP Classic ZOOOP Terry Yellow Onesie
Chenille is probably the perfect fabric to use for a winter pajama. It is soft, thick, and just plain comfy. If you’d like to be covered from head to toe in this wonderful fabric, then a onesie is in order. These are pajamas with feet, and some even have hoods. They are available in a variety of fun colors, patterns and sizes – for children and adults as well. Great not just for night time, but also for lounging around all day in.
These look very comfortable to me:
Chenille footed pajamas pictured:
1- Jumpin Jammerz Fab Pink Barbie Footed Pajamas
2- Footed Pajamas Under The Sea Toddler Chenille
3- Footed Pajamas Howling Moon Kids Hoodie One Piece
4- Footed Pajamas Heatwave Kids Chenille
You may think of one-piece pajamas as the kind of thing children might wear, but they are in fact gaining popularity with adults. It’s easy to see why: Onesies are now available in far more colors and styles than the traditional red or white union suits of years ago. There are also hooded models and footed models, all made to make you feel as comfy as possible.
Three examples I like:
Adult one piece pajamas pictured:
Left: Footed Pajamas Marina Navy Adult Hoodie One Piece
Middle: Carhartt Men’s Midweight Cotton Union Suit
Right: Funzee Non Footed Pajamas, One Piece Pajama Set, Leopard Spot Print, Size XS
Pajamas should be warm and comfortable, so look for a fabric that is thick and soft. Cotton or fleece are two favorites because of their soft texture. As for fit, this is the kind of garment that shouldn’t fit too tightly. You want something a bit loose to feel free and unencumbered. After all, these are garments you want to lounge around in. Some one-piece pajamas have buttons while other have zippers. Whatever you choose, make sure that the fasteners don’t interfere with your comfort. If the onesie has a buttoned butt-flap, make sure you don’t end up sitting on the buttons.