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Best Onesies for Babies

They're soft, they're cozy, they're perfect.

As every new parent knows, or should know, one of the most essential items you need to own is the perfect baby onesie or bodysuit. But, with so many out there, picking the right one can be as annoying as changing a diaper. Which is why we’ve whittled down the best onesies to buy.

But first, a few things to keep in mind. Buy onesies in small numbers, and buy larger, because babies seem to double in weight seemingly overnight. Opt for soft fabrics which feel good next to delicate baby skin. And since tags can irritate baby skin, tagless options are a good choice, too.

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Because you’ll be doing clothing and diaper changes on the fly, and in the middle of the night, make sure the onesie is easy to put on and take off, which means it should have snaps or zippers, whichever you prefer. And crotch-snaps are essential, for those diaper changes and epic blowouts that will inevitably happen, inevitably on a plane or in a restaurant.

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With that in mind, here are some of the best onesies worth your money.

We dig these sweet and quirky onesies, with their cute little sayings that stop short of being cloying. They're made with 100 percent organic cotton and have snap closures.

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I yam cute, indeed. If you’re into onesies that have funny little sayings, while also being made without use of fertilizers and pesticides, these onesies are for you.

They're cheap. They're cheerful. And these Carters onesies will be your baby clothing staple. They have expandable necklines with a scalloped picot trim and nickel-free snaps on reinforced panels.

The Carter’s onesies are well-made, come in cool colors and patterns, and have expandable shoulders that simplify clothing changes. They have snaps in the diaper area.

On the pricier side we have Pact onesies, made of organic cotton. You get a set of three tagless one-piece onesies that come with crotch snaps for quick changes.

Eco-conscious parents can opt for Pact’s onesies, which are made from organic cotton that’s ethically sourced and fair trade. It’s a pull-on, pull-off style, with snaps at the bottom.

No, they're not fabulous. Yes, you'll use the hell out of them. This eight-pack of short-sleeve onesies are 100 percent cotton and have handy bottom snap closure to make diaper changing easy.

This set is the bread and butter of onesies, for everyday use. They’re made from 100 percent cotton rib and have an expandable lap shoulder neckline for quick pull-ons and pull-offs, as needed. Plus, they pair with anything and go under anything.

These organic cotton rompers have contrast pockets and snap-button henley plackets, plus snap-button closures.

Perfect for kicking around in the summer, these organic cotton rompers are super-soft for babies and easy on parents, in terms of diaper changes.

Burt's Bees makes great baby clothes that are easy on your wallet. These long-sleeved onesies are made from organic cotton featuring a lap shoulder neckline so they're easy to put on and take off, and have snaps for diaper changes.

These onesies, made from organic cotton, feature smooth flat-lock seams that feel comfortable against your baby’s delicate skin and have nickel-free re-enforced snaps. Plus, the clothing label is printed, so there are no annoying tags to bug your baby. 

aden + anais' kimono-style one-piece onesie is made from cotton coupled with five percent spandex, so it stretches. The fabric is breathable, so your baby doesn't ever overheat.

What makes this kimono-style bodysuit a worthy purchase is the fact that it’s made from ultra-soft muslin, combined with spandex, so your baby can move and stretch. And as with other muslin, it gets better the more you wash it. The kimono style means that your tot can stay completely covered on top during diaper changes, and there’s nothing to pull off over his or her head.

This two-piece set of onesies are long-sleeved and made from organic cotton. They have snap buttons at the shoulder and legs, so putting them on and taking them off is less of a hassle. And there are no tags!

These are quite possibly the softest onesies you’ll ever buy. Plus, they’re tag-free, and have snap buttons at the shoulder and legs, so changing kiddo is easier. And they’re made of organic cotton. 

L'ovedbaby's onesie is made from 100 percent organic cotton, and the brand does not utilize any flame retardants in its garments. This onesie has snaps going all the way up, for quick changes.

These are stellar footed onesies because they’re made from organic cotton using absolutely no flame retardants. Yes, that’s a thing to look out for. The snaps, going all the way, make changes fast and easy. And the footies keep your kiddo extra warm.

If you, like this mom, prefer a zip-on style, the Burt's Bees onesie is a solid choice. It's made from organic cotton, is tagless, and made without any flame retardants.

This zip-up onesie fits snugly, is made without any flame retardant chemicals, and zips up and down for added convenience. It’s made from organic cotton.

You'll go through a ton of onesies and bodysuits, so might as well load up and get five at once.

These cotton bodysuits elevate the game with their animal patterns. They have snap closures and are a great deal for the price.

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