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The Most Popular Christmas Outfit: The Onesie, Natch

12/26/2013 at 11:23 AM ET

Taylor Swift OnesieCourtesy Taylor Swift

If you whipped out your fave footie PJs over the holidays, you were in good company. Onesies were the loungewear of choice this Christmas. And they should probably be on the top of your list for next year, if you want to compete for major hearts on Instagram.

Taylor Swift and her younger brother Austin kept it casual in plaid. “Matching Christmas onesies is a thing that’s happening right now,” she captioned the cute snap (above) on Instagram.

Jessica Biel wore a very similar onesie as she relaxed next to the tree. “If holiday pajamas are wrong then I don’t wanna be right. Merry Christmas!” she shared. (P.S.: The only thing that could make this photo better is Justin Timberlake sitting next to her!)

If holiday pajamas are wrong then I don't wanna be right. Merry Christmas!

A photo posted by Jessica Biel (@jessicabiel) on

Moving on to the holiday party we wish we were invited to, Jessica Alba bonded with her famous pal Jaime King. The best part: They skipped the cocktail dresses for adorable Christmas-themed PJs, like a flower-power onesie (on Alba), Santa-themed nightgown (on King) and Cash Warren’s penguin jumpsuit! “Do over @kyle_newman @jaime_king @cash_warren #christmasrealness #holiday #cheer #nerdalert #donthate #westillhavefun.”

Do over @kyle_newman @jaime_king @cash_warren #christmasrealness #holiday #cheer #nerdalert #donthate #westillhavefun

A photo posted by Jessica Alba (@jessicaalba) on

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After the Kardashian krew got decked and went photo-booth crazy, they slipped out of their couture gowns and into something a little more comfortable. “Christmas morning onesies this year. how jolly do we look?! @khloekardashian,” Kendall Jenner captioned her Insta photo.

Christmas morning onesies this year. how jolly do we look?! @khloekardashian

A photo posted by Kendall Jenner (@kendalljenner) on

And Kylie Jenner added her own signature style to the onesie, with a pair of Tims of course: “Hangin in Santas village in my sexy Christmas outfit”

Hangin in Santas village in my sexy Christmas outfit 🎅

A photo posted by Kylizzle (@kyliejenner) on

Did you bring out the onesie this year? Which look is your favorite? Share your thoughts below!

–Brittany Talarico

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tracy on

PEOPLE, they are footed pajamas NOT a Onesie…..please!

Grace on

Agreed- these are footed sleepers, not onesies, but since the celebs themselves are all calling them onesies in their Instagram posts, I think we’re going to be stuck with it.

Kim on

Who cares what they’re called..they’re cute! I wore a pair on Christmas morning to.

Elizabeth on

Cute pics until I got to the K’s…

stacey on

Love Jessica’s couch!! Wish it was mine!

Maria on

Jessica Alba’s Instagram post looks weird. Like if their heads had been copied and pasted…

Nanu 08 on

Another SLOW news day….YAWN!!ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ

max on

m loving the out fit ……………..

kass on

Love Taylor, Love Jessica B, Love Jessica A and company…lo, lo, lo…yea just can’t say that about the Kardashians.

Elizabeth on

Women wore onesies in the early 90s to get that tight fitted shirt look. These are feet pajamas or a union suit (which technically is long underwear). My daughter likes the ones that don’t have feet but instead come with matching booties.

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