These Disney Princess Blankets Will Turn You Into Pure Royalty

These Disney Princess Blankets Will Turn You Into Pure Royalty

If you grew up watching Disney movies, you probably had (and still have) a favorite Disney princess. For me, it was Belle. I loved reading as much as she did and also consider myself a bit of a Francophile, so it was a natural fit. These days, I also think Merida is super underrated. Anyway, I digress. What I’m trying to say is that these Disney princess blankets are at the top of my Christmas list even though I’m a grown woman.


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  1. They’re by a company called Blankie Tails. Do I feel ashamed buying something called Blankie Tails as a 35-year-old woman? No. Do I secretly pretend that I’m buying them for some small child in my life? Eh, maybe. Blankie Tails makes all sorts of cool blankets, not just Disney princesses. They also do sharks, mermaids, and more!
  2. Sadly, they don’t do EVERY Disney princess. There’s no Merida, no Tiana, no Moana or Mulan. They do, however, have some of the classics: Belle, Cinderella, Elsa, Anna, and Ariel are currently available on Amazon. It’d be awesome if they added some more princesses, especially diverse ones, in the near future.
  3. They’re basically like sleeping bags without the extra padding. Kids (and smaller adults) can climb inside and get cozy on the couch, in bed, while camping, or even in the car if you’re driving home for the holidays. The effect isn’t quite the same on adults, but again, that won’t stop me buying them.
  4. Christmas is coming, after all… And if you have any little ones in your life who you haven’t bought a present for yet, why not grab them a Blankie Tails and watch their eyes light up when they open it on Christmas Day? Better yet, get me one too so I can stuff myself into it and pretend I’m a kid again.


Piper is a NYC-based writer who loves dogs, iced coffee, and calling people out on their BS.