The 8 Greatest, and Comfiest Adult Onesies for your Sick Day

Let’s face it. When you’re sick, no comfort is too great. And by comfort we mean both physical and emotional, of course. And what better way to marry the two than with that very unique item of clothing we call the “onesie”. That’s right. Perhaps once considered an item worn exclusively by babies, we’re here to remind you that no one can tell you what to do. And if you want to wear a crazy comfortable and adorable/hilarious outfit on your sick day, which is at once nostalgic and makes you feel like you are living inside a permanent bear hug, well, so be it. It’s good for your health. Doctor’s orders.

Not only that, we gathered some of our favorites. So get those mouse-clicking shopping fingers ready because you’re going to want to add one of these to your sick day care kit!

Best Onesies For Your Sick Day

    1. Starting off big. Because you’re a magical creature. Sick or not.

  1. Because who doesn’t need a Top Gun reference on a sick day?

  1. For those of you craving comfort with just a hint of cool

  1. And we can’t forget the lighter, truly understated, minimalist comfort

  1. For when you need to feel wrapped in a Care Bear stare

  1. For a more quirky, nordic style

  1. Because when you’re a bit of a grouch when you’re sick, you might want to warn people

  1. Because, pizza.

What do you wear on your sick day? Share with us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram! And don’t forget to check out our 7-Piece Sick Day Survival Kit!

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