Question: What does Victoria Beckham wear when she kicks off her killer heels?
Answer: A onesie.
Onesies have taken the fashion world by storm.
Love them or hate them they’re the latest celebrity fashion craze.
There’s a National Onesie Day (18 May) and a slew of Facebook and online sites where you can indulge your love of the season’s must have style.
Of course, if you fall into the other camp you can sign a petition to have them outlawed in Australia.
Forget stiletto heels and skin-tight lycra, it’s time to embrace your inner zen and relax in a onesie.
They’re creative. They’re comfortable.
They’re made for chilling out and slowing down.
Perfect for travelling, relaxing in front of the TV or just catching some z’s.
They’re even hitting the dance floor with Onesie themed parties attracting hundreds of onesie wearing fans. Even a few Wallabies fans have been seen in the stands rocking their onesies.
Even the Bieb is dancing in the streets in his onesie. Now that is swag.
Back in the 1940s Winston Churchill had his siren suits designed by no other than Turnbull & Asser. Of course in those days you needed something to fling over your PJs when you had to make a run for the air raid shelter.
Elton John even took to the stage in a pussy cat onesie back in 1973. And of course there was Elvis. Who could forget the King of the one piece?
There’s a reason onesies are at the top of the list for great gifts. They’re versatile, friendly and most of all, have what a lot of fashion lacks, a sense of humour.
Fashion or fad onesie wearers don’t care. They love them.
If you’ve already joined the ranks of onesie wearers it’s time to spread the good news and give a onesie to a friend or just get another for yourself for the hell of it.
Check out Onesie-Online for a range of colours and send one to someone you love with a simple click.