When onesies first hit the comfort of our living spaces (and sometimes streets) I have to admit I said no one would ever get me into one, soon after I just so happened to win one and to a degree my mind was change as while it was great when I was in it, with my body temperature flying off the handle at any sudden change, the minute I needed to wiggle out of it I was very cold and to some extent it put me off – that was until I designed this beauty thanks to The All-in-One Company.
The All-in-One Company allows you to design your own sleep suit or onesie, you can choose the style and the accessories and then the lovely people over at All-in-One make it reality.
I had such a wonderful time putting together mine, and to be honest the process is really simple with them helping you at every step the hardest thing was just deciding what I wanted to use. The first decision is probably the easiest you will make as it is what kind of ‘suit' you would like to make, you can choose from all-in-ones, max suits, hoody and bottoms to name just a few. Once you have made that simple choice that hard but fun decisions start.
If you're going for an all-in-one as I did you get to choose up to 10 different fabric choices with each side back and front body and legs taking a different fabric if you wish, as well as, each arm, which of course I had to do, as firstly well I just couldn't choose which animal pattern was the best and secondly well it just matches me. Of course if you a little less ‘crazy' perhaps than me you could always make all the same, or go for a two toned look really the choice is yours. It's also worth noting that although I decided to choose my fabrics on look they do offer a choice of towelling or fleece as well as different weights of fleece allowing you to decide just how warm you want your onesie to be.
Once you have the fabric sorted you can start to design it how you want it – I added a drop seat meaning I don't have to climb all the way out when I need the loo you just pull the back down so no more getting cold, I also added in long cuffs to keep my hands warm – a hood with ears, a tail, my name embroidered onto the front and separate socks for my feet as I find ones with them attached a little claustrophobic.
The onesie took a couple of weeks to arrive, and has been beautifully made with obviously a lot of care and attention being into each step to make it just how I had envisaged a complete medley of colour and accessories.
I have to say my onesie arrived just before I had a bad time at the start of December and I spent most days curled up in it on the sofa so it really has been amazing just to be able to feel comfortable and warm.
If you want to start making then get your Onesie supplied by the All in One Company
where an adult sized onesie made to your own one design starts from £70.49.
What do you think of my onesie, would you go as all out as me or be a little more reserved in your design?