Cute animal onesies can either mean onesies designed for animals to wear or onesies for adults that make you look like an animal. The latter have become increasingly popular at events, festivals and maybe Halloween. For those who like animal costumes we created our own cute animal onesies range. Most of our funzoo animal onesies come with some sort of tail of course but if you are looking for a real statement tail look at this article from Huffington Post. Online fashion retailer ASOS have added strap on animal tails to their catalogue. Listed under festival accessories, this range from East London manufacturer “Tell Tails” are priced at between twenty and thirty five dollars. As they say on their website, “Wearing a TellTail is an exercise in silliness. It’s about not taking yourself too seriously, it’s about self-expression, it’s about the unadulterated enhancement of fun in the extreme.” Probably a good way to get yourself noticed and a fun way to break the ice at parties.
Cute Animal Onesies were also on display on the Tonight show last week when singer Meghan Trainor came to the show dressed in a giraffe onesie and gave host, Jimmy Fallon, green dinosaur onesie pajamas as a gift. They both managed to look relaxed as they discussed how Meghan had taken a tumble last time she appeared on the show.
But we also have to report that cute animal onesies will not be seen in the streets of Freeland and Foster Township Pennsylvania. The Board of MMI Preparatory School have ended the annual pajama parade tradition this year after the state’s anti-hazing law was extended to middle and secondary schools, allowing schools to impose fines, suspensions or expulsion against students. For 60 years seniors have gathered to throw buckets of water and water balloons at the freshman class as they leave the school’s courtyard to parade through the streets in their pajamas. The school stated “We are confident that working cooperatively with students, administration, advisors and legal counsel, we will be able to redefine freshman orientation in a way that remains true to the spirit of the event, which is to form a bond between the freshman and senior class.”