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Once reserved for children and bar-crawling students, the onesie has become one of this year's most sought after items, ranking number one in Google fashion searches. You asked for it, and we responded with a list of cool, chic and ridiculously cosy onesies to add to your winter wardrobe.
If the word 'onesie' fills you with thoughts of novelty animal ears and tacky halloween costumes, think again. They're one of the most elegant ways to relax around the house. For days when you just can't face the outdoors, cosy up in the super soft Rebelle onesie from Lascana, £42, and accessorise with a steaming mug of hot chocolate. Delicious!
Long sleeved, sleeveless, with or without hoods, onesies come in a myriad of shapes and styles. The only key to looking great in a onesie is to avoid baggy styles that'll have you feeling like an oversized baby. If you're worried about appearing saggy rather than streamlined, opt for a onesie with an added belt or drawstring for a flattering shape.
Not ready to ditch your pyjamas? Our gallery of the best onesies for women will definitely have you converted...
Onepiece Original Slim Onesie, £99
Is it a onesie or the latest piece of gymwear? Whatever the answer, we're pining after this slim fitting number from Onepiece (opens in new tab).
Madeline Thompson Bourton Onesie, £365
For an effortlessly glam 'I woke up like this' look, slip into this casual cashmere onesie from Madeleine Thompson, available in 2016.
M&S Knitted Onesie with Cashmere, £60
Almost chic enough to wear outdoors, this rollneck M&S (opens in new tab)onesie is the epitome of luxe loungewear, and is made with a touch of cashmere for extra softness.
Simply Be Microfleece Onesie, £12
When it's grey and miserable outside, the only antidote is a bright, jazzy print onesie. Curvy figures will love this one from SimplyBe. (opens in new tab)
F&F Fairisle Hooded Onesie, £16
Make it a white Christmas with this cute fairisle onesie from F&F at Tesco, which comes with the added bonus of a cuddly hood to keep your ears warm.
ASOS Unicorn Onesie, £40
As a firm wardrobe favourite of a woman&home staffer, we couldn't resist putting this playful ASOS (opens in new tab) unicorn onesie in our countdown.
Camille Star Print Onesie, £21.99
Bring the night sky to your nightwear with a warming Camille (opens in new tab)star print onesie.
Abercrombie & Fitch Contrast Trim Onesie, £70
If you find onesies a little too warm, then a jersey fabric is a great alternative. Be bright and bold in this pillar box red Abercrombie & Fitch piece.
Dorothy Perkins Faux Fur Glitter Onesie, £32
For those extra chilly nights, zip yourself up in a faux fur hooded onesie. Dorothy Perkins (opens in new tab)offer a gorgeous navy blue piece with added sparkle, perfect for a winter evening.
Whistles Cashmere Jumpsuit, £395
Indulge yourself in a gorgeous cashmere jumpsuit from Whistles (opens in new tab). It may come with a hefty price tag, but you won't regret the spend when you're snuggled up in something this luxurious.
JD Williams Cotton Onesie, from £20
Still not sold on the onesie? This lighter cotton piece from JD Williams (opens in new tab) is the one for you. It looks just like a pyjama set, and is sleeveless so can be worn well into springtime.
Isa Jaward is a journalist from London who has written for the likes of Time Out, The Guardian and Music Week.
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