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Jumpsuit vs. Onesie — What's the Difference?

Jumpsuit vs. Onesie — What's the Difference?

Difference Between Jumpsuit and Onesie

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Jumpsuit

A jumpsuit is a one-piece garment with sleeves and legs and typically without integral coverings for feet, hands or head. The original jump suit is the functional one-piece garment used by parachuters.

Onesie

A loose-fitting one-piece leisure garment covering the torso and legs
I'd had a bath and was in my onesie ready to settle down for yet another reality TV marathon

Jumpsuit

A garment incorporating trousers and a sleeved top in one piece, worn as a fashion item, protective garment, or uniform
She wore a tight silver jumpsuit

Onesie

A one-piece close-fitting lightweight garment worn by a young child, usually having sleeves but leaving the legs uncovered and fastening with press studs at the crotch.

Jumpsuit

A parachutist's uniform.
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Onesie

Name given to a number of one-piece attires

Jumpsuit

A one-piece garment consisting of a blouse or shirt with attached slacks or sometimes shorts. Also called jumper.

Onesie

(US) A one-piece garment for an infant or small child, generally worn over a diaper.

Jumpsuit

A one-piece item of clothing originally used by parachutists

Onesie

One-piece adult loungewear jumpsuit.

Jumpsuit

A similar item of clothing used for outdoor sports such as skiing

Onesie

One-piece fashionable streetwear worn mostly by teenagers.

Jumpsuit

One-piece garment fashioned after a parachutist's uniform

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