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Pickles77 Sun 21-Oct-12 16:04:40

They look so snuggly in this weather, I may look stupid but AIBU to want one? Where can I get one?

ZiggyPlayedGuitar Sun 21-Oct-12 16:09:33

Yanbu, they're great for winter, just make sure you wear a vest underneath for when you need the loo.
Oh and never ever wear it outside!

StepAwayFromTheEcclesCakes Sun 21-Oct-12 16:20:12

Primark have loads , they look so snuggly I am very tempted.

MontBlanc Sun 21-Oct-12 16:23:20

I don't understand them.

Are they instead of pyjamas or instead of a dressing gown just to wear around the house? If the former, isn't having a wee in the night a total faff!?

Shutupanddrive Sun 21-Oct-12 16:24:36

YANBU unless you plan to wear it outside? If so then YABVVU! grin

WandaDoff Sun 21-Oct-12 16:25:32

I want one.
However I shall not be getting one as I would look like a tellytubby.

SoupDragon Sun 21-Oct-12 16:26:24

Unless they have a pissflap, they are badly designed.

They are always fugly and stupid though.

VerySmallSqueak Sun 21-Oct-12 16:27:21

I have a big fleecy nightie with a pouch pocket in the front.

Much more practical than a onesie,but very very lovely if you're having a lazy or poorly day.

ThreadWatcher Sun 21-Oct-12 16:28:04

I have one, it is fab smile

Last year I also made ponchos for me and mine - I bought blankets from dunelm mill and used a sewing machine to sew up the sides etc - leaving openings for head, arms, legs! - much better than the commercially available tv snuggle blanket thingies - they don't cover your back!
Mine allow us to wear them AND move about/play and still stay warm smile

Tuttutitlookslikerain Sun 21-Oct-12 16:28:15

I love mine, but I don't have fleecy ones I have pyjama type ones from Tesco, and because I am small NewLook teen range.

ChestyNutterStaringInTheWindow Sun 21-Oct-12 16:28:53


Lovely and snugly and warm.....but chilly when you pee though grin

Primark have loads.

StillIRise Sun 21-Oct-12 16:29:40

I hate mine. Can't get in and scratch.

Might make a poncho though.

ThreadWatcher Sun 21-Oct-12 16:31:32

Never fleece in bed - too warm and not comfy

Fab for wearing in the evenings though/breakfast.
Poncho for freezing daytimes, over daytime clothes. If the doorbell rings I fling it off and ta da I'm presentable (with possible hedge hair!)

WorraLiberty Sun 21-Oct-12 16:36:24

I love my onesie.

Avoid Primark though, they're paper thin.

This is a great website. I got a thick fleecy one from here.

Mine cost about £8 in the clearance sale

Pickles77 Sun 21-Oct-12 16:40:43

worra amazing!
I am now the proud owner of a onesie!!
I can just imagine us all mumsnetting in our onesies!

ChablisLover Sun 21-Oct-12 16:41:52

I want one too. So yanbu

But agree would need to be supersoft so no itching is required

ThreadWatcher Sun 21-Oct-12 16:42:37

Worra - did you get it shipped from the US?

WorraLiberty Sun 21-Oct-12 16:49:33

Yes Thread, quite speedy delivery too....about 5 days if I remember rightly.

StepAwayFromTheEcclesCakes Sun 21-Oct-12 16:53:38

worra did they charge for import? I will not now be tempted by Primark smile

ThreadWatcher Sun 21-Oct-12 16:58:31

Ahhhh! So including delivery roughly how much was it?

ThreadWatcher Sun 21-Oct-12 16:59:18

FWIW my tesco one (£14) is fab smile

TherapeuticVino Sun 21-Oct-12 17:04:00

YANBU. If I had one I would be wearing it right now.

Binkybix Sun 21-Oct-12 17:12:15

I have one and a slanket. I am a slob, but I don't let people see me in the onesie often as its not a pretty sight. Now I'm pregnant I am hoping it will accomodate me throughout as it's pretty roomy smile

Pickles77 Sun 21-Oct-12 17:14:42

Oooh tesco do them too. Oh gosh I'm going to have them for everyday of the week now it's been deemed acceptable MN attire grin

TessOfTheBurbervilles Sun 21-Oct-12 17:24:30

YANBU - I have to say that, because I'm the owner of two onesies, and they're so comfortable.

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