If you're not following Chrissy Teigen on Twitter, what are you doing with your life? Not only are her tweets legitimately hilarious (John Legend said that her texts were one of the reasons he fell in love with her) but there's a lot of solid life advice on that feed, from what you should cook to the only blanket you need to invest in. Hint, it's this one: the CozyChic Throw from Barefoot Dreams.
The Barefoot Dreams blanket was on Chrissy Teigen's 2019 Christmas gift list. She raved about it in a tweet, writing "If you are struggling for a Christmas gift for someone, get them a barefoot dreams blanket. I use mine 365. It stretches and wraps over your shoulders and feet and nothing else compares."
And if you think she got paid to say that, think again. "Hey not everything is an ad? I’m just suggesting something cool. Get it or don’t," Teigen wrote in a follow-up.
The throw is so cozy you'll probably want to use it every day, but the good news is you'll be able to throw it right into the washer without fear that it'll shrink up. It's made of 100 percent polyester, and at 2.5 lbs, it's super light, so you probably won't have to put through it through more than one cycle in the dryer. It's also six feet long—enough to keep you covered up from head to toe.
Chrissy Teigen isn't the only one singing the CozyChic Throw's praises. The blanket has gotten more than 250 five-star reviews on Nordstrom, and judging by this one you may have to find a hiding place for this throw once you buy it.
"This is my second Barefoot throw. My family competes for the one that I have so I bought another to keep just for me. I use it in my bedroom and it was supposed to be just for me. The first time my 8 year old grandson spent the night he found it and claimed it for himself. Everyone who ever feels the softness of Barefoot Dreams loves it immediately."
And don't worry about experiencing night sweats with this one.
"So cozy. I think the best part is that it is light enough so you do not overheat," wrote one customer.
You can get this Chrissy Teigen-approved blanket in pink or antique rose at Nordstrom for $147.
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Jasmine Gomez is the associate lifestyle editor at Women’s Health and covers health, fitness, sex, culture and cool products. She enjoys karaoke and dining out more than she cares to admit.
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