Here’s The Blanket Chrissy Teigen Says To Buy Everyone For Christmas

Do you trust me? Well, maybe. But you probably for sure trust Chrissy Teigen. I mean, who doesn’t? She’s only like the most awesome celeb ever! And she has a recommendation for you, the perfect gift for everyone on your Christmas list: the Barefoot Dreams blanket. Here’s the one I found on Amazon, but there are tons of different colors out there.

barefoot dreams pink blanket
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No, Chrissy didn’t post this as an ad. Apparently she just really really loves this blanket. And it does look AMAZING.

Unwilling (or unable, like me) to shell out $180 bucks (or nearly $400!) for a blanket? You’re in luck. A couple of users tossed up some great alternatives. The Burrito Wrap Blanket, for example.

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However, if you’re still dying for some Barefoot Dreams love, you can always grab a pair of their socks or a throw. I’m dying here. Seriously, dying.

barefoot dreams socks
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Or a scarf. OMG these Barefoot Dreams scarves look like they’re to die for. My neck would be suffocating, but for some reason I still want one.

barefoot dreams red scarf
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Still hooked on a blanket, but can’t afford the Barefoot Dreams blankets? Check out my fave: the Qbedding Luxury Blanket. I have bought these for members of my family literally nearly every year for five years.

qbedding luxury red blanket
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It’s hard to believe that such an affordable blanket can be this wonderful, but trust me (you do trust me, right?), it is. Joe and I each sleep with our own, without sheets (maybe gross to you, but super comfy to us!). We also have them in the living room for the cats and for us to snuggle under when it’s cold.

So whether you want Chrissy’s dreamy blanket or my cheaper version, you can’t go wrong with a cozy blanket for a Christmas gift. Even your pets will love them.

Tiffany Willis Clark is a fifth-generation Texan and the founder and editor-in-chief of Liberal America and AmReading.com. An unapologetic member of the Christian Left, she had a long and successful career actively working with at-risk youth, people struggling with poverty and unemployment, and disadvantaged and oppressed populations. She’s passionate about their struggles. In 2011, she made the decision to pursue her dreams and become a full-time writer. Connect with her on LinkedIn, follow her on Twitter, and like her Facebook page.