An easy and fun way to keep warm this winter!

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Can you imagine how excited I was to receive a Funzee?

You’ll have to indulge my inner child for a moment with a description of this as it’s basically an adult sized babygrow (onesie)!

I know, totally insane but oh so covetable. And if it’s good enough for Cheryl Crow and Brad Pitt, it’s good enough for me as well.

I’d asked Mr Green for a cosy pair of pyjamas for Yule – I mean, what else do you get the non-materialistic Green Goddess who has everything – and this company came into my awareness.

As you know we use a wood burner to heat our home. It runs several radiators and heats all the water but it never gets really hot here. We tend to favour wearing extra clothes, the excuse of a good family cuddle and hot water bottles to turning up the heat. I don’t know about you, but I find if the house gets too hot we tend to get more ill during winter.

My Funzee makes that perfect extra layer.

The one I chose is in natural, breathable cotton; warm in winter, cool in summer and I love how practical it is. It’s their ‘retro’ range which suits me down to the ground; there’s still a 1970’s gal within that likes to rear her head from time to time.

I have a long back so have to wear extra long tops to keep the bottom of my back warm. With a Funzee, I don’t have to worry because there’s nothing to untuck – no builder’s bum here!

Funzee recommend washing at 30 degrees or a cool wash, so they have the environment in mind too. Mind you, they also suggest you wear your onesie to corporate events; but I’m not about to try that any time soon!

For snuggling up on the sofa after a bath in the evening a Funzee is perfect. You can get yourself warm and go straight to bed afterwards. The bottom of my back doesn’t get cold and they’re fun and comfy to wear.

What about you – would you be seen in an adult sized babygro?

3 Comments

  1. Jane on November 19, 2012 at 6:07 pm

    It looks really warm and comfortable, although I do not think I would want to leave the house in one. However, do you have to take it off and get cold in the toilet?



  2. [email protected] eco friendly homemaking on November 26, 2012 at 2:40 am

    Oh these look so cute and comfortable. I love having something good and warm to put on on cold evenings.



  3. Terry (My Journey With Candida) on November 26, 2012 at 1:01 pm

    I would totally love those. I am always cold and sometimes at night I have to pull my shirt down because it creeps up.



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