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Animal Onesie for the Animal in You!

Edmund Brunetti

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An animal onesie is sometimes the only perfect way to dress up for an upcoming party or a fancy dress event. They are casual, comfortable and they allow you to relax while giving the impression that you can be cool without even having to care about your style!

For all those who may not be aware, let us discuss what onesie really means. Onesies are basically single piece costumes that are mostly worn by infants, who can easily wear them over their diapers. They are usually quite loose fitting and come with lots of buttons and zippers. Animal Onesies thus are nothing but the regular Onesies designed for both children and adults in animal designs. For the animal face, they usually come with a hooded-mask that is to be pulled over to the forehead or sometimes even the face – making it a complete animal costume! Alternatively you can get a more life like animal mask separately and remove the hood, to wear the animal face separately over the costume!

Onesies are perhaps the most common adult animal costumes, and they can be seen at almost every Halloween or fancy dress party these days. The good thing about these costumes is that they are extremely comfortable to wear- perhaps even more comfortable then your regular jeans and tee. So if you are fed up of those tight fitting cat costumes or those horrible superman costumes, and are done with ruining your fun at parties after parties where you worry about how to sit and stand and have to keep tugging and pulling your dress- Onesies are for you. Once you have put them on, all you need to do is let yourself go loose and wild! Besides, Onesies are bright, colorful and add to the cheerfulness at the gathering with their very own happy-go-lucky style!

These days, you have innumerable options to choose from when you go shopping for Onesies. There are lots of animal and bird designs to select from, starting from kangaroo, to eagle, to panda to seal. Opt for something that looks fun and matches your personality, or something that just goes with the mood of the crowd. For instance if you are attending a Halloween party of your old college buddies who used to call you ‘tiger’, get a tiger costume as a tribute to the old times!

Alternatively you can get such animal costumes that can be worn by both men and women- such as turtle costumes or wolf costumes, so that if after a few years when you are bored of wearing them and have shown them off at practically every party- you can lend them to your friends and lend them enjoy it too!

The good thing about these adult animal costumes is that they never go out of style, and if kept well, they literally last for years. Investing in them is like investing in a long term asset, so select your onesie carefully! You can never guess how many parties your animal onesie is destined to delight!

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