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The OnePiece: Spawned From a Hangover, Inspired by a Snuggie

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It was only a matter of time before the Snuggie went high-fashion and here we have the sartorial wonder known as the OnePiece. This adult version of a onesie was created in a moment of inspiration by three Norwegian buddies (unsurprisingly) nursing a hangover. In pursuit of the ultimate lounge-about-wear, they decided to sew a pair of sweatpants and a hoodie together and voila! The OnePiece. (We can only speculate on what alcoholic beverage spawned that idea and we hope no one was injured in the process.)

But this industrious trio has really taken their Snuggie-incarnation to a whole new level. The cotton-fleece OnePiece comes in a rainbow of solid colors from an earthy burgundy to a springtime pastel yellow, plus the basic black, teddy-bear brown and pristine white. The styles even expanded into prints and concepts—hipster Fair Isle, vertical color-blocking and even an innovative reversible style with bold blue on one side and a red and white gingham on the other.

Apparently, the OnePiece is all the rage in England and Europe (David Beckham and Kate Moss are reportedly fans). The OnePiece craze should be hitting our shores any day now. Or have they already since Whitney Port seems to have attended a party in what sounds suspiciously like a OnePiece?
· Good Idea or Bad Idea: The OnePiece [Nylon Blog]
· The OnePiece [Official Site]
· Are Onesies Parties a Thing? Or Unique to the Life of Whitney Port? [The Cut]