There’s nothing like snuggling up with a cozy blanket on a cold day. Add a good movie and a thunderstorm outside (for dramatic effect), and you’ve got yourself a pretty perfect set up. Okay, so we can’t magically conjure up thunder as needed (how cool would that be?!), but we can help you pick the perfect comfy accessories for every occasion. These cozy blankets will get you through the cold, dreary, and dark days ahead:

Gravity Blanket

How much is it? $249
Why do I want it? You know the feeling of getting a big bear hug after a stressful day? This blanket feels like that. Coming in 15, 20, and 25 pounds depending on your weight, they help reduce stress, anxiety, and the Sunday scaries. The Gravity Blanket uses “deep touch pressure stimulation” which stimulates pressure points in the body, regulating your heartbeat and blood pressure. The price point may be a bit steep, but trust us, it is worth every penny.

Woolrich Rough Rider Wool Blanket

How much is it? $96
Why do I want it? Woolrich has been working with the divine fabric since they opened their wool mill in 1830, so you know they know what they’re doing. The Woolrich blanket is also well-priced, comes in a variety of really aesthetically pleasing patterns, has free shipping, and will refund you whenever you need, if you’re not totally satisfied.  If that doesn’t make you trust ‘em, I don’t know what will.

Happy Habitat Throw

How much are they? $160
Why do I want one? This is the perfect option for a crisp fall day (or night). Regardless of which one you pick, you’ll be getting a lovely pattern with a perfect pop of color. They’re light enough to ensure that you won’t sweat (gross), and they look great sitting at the edge of your bed. Plus, they’re made from recycled cotton, so you can appease your social conscience. Win win!

Calhoun & Co. Good at Naps Throw

How much is it? $109
Why do I want it? Good at naps? You betcha. A quick conversation starter, ‘throw’ this (get it?) on top of the bed when you have guests, and you’ll be the talk of the town. The “Good at Naps” blanket is also more affordable than a lot of other throws on the market, and it is as comfy as can be, which you definitely want in a throw blanket. It is also machine washable, which is hard to find in a bunch of other, more delicate fabric-based blankets. Easy, and not too pricey? What a perfect find!

What are your favorite blankets to get you through the cold weather? Did we miss any? Let us know! Happy cozy-ing!

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