It's totally more acceptable to spend a day in jammies now that the nights have drawn in and it feels like the arctic outside. Brrrr.

With the weather like this, you can't forget about your tiny toes though, and you'll definitely need a cute pair of slippers to see you through the winter. Disney themed, of course.

Primark has been pulling all the Disney-inspired merch out the bag recently, and the brand's new Aristocats release will be the purrrrrrfect addition to your comfy winter wardrobe.

The budget fashion store has launched 3D slippers which look just like Marie from the classic animated Disney movie, and they look adorable AF.

A snap of the comfy slippers has been shared on Primark's Instagram page, with the caption: "Everybody wants to be a cat .. these Aristocat slippers are the cutest things you'll ever wear on your feet."

As expected, the slippers are seriously cheap at just £8, meaning they could make a perfect Secret Santa Crimbo pressie.

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There is even a matching Marie onesie for just £16, which will transform you into a cute little kitty cat.

It even has her pretty little kitty face on top too.

If you're feelin' these 3D slippers, there are also similar versions in the shape of Chip - the enchanted cup and saucer from Beauty and The Beast.

Seeing at they're from Primark, the comfy slippers are also an absolute bargain at just £8.

The footwear comes in the classic and original pink, white and purple colours, and have a cheeky Chip face on the front, with jazzy gold detailing.

I'll take a set for each day of the week, please!

Credit: Primark/Instagram

There's plenty of other enchanting Beauty And The Beast bits and bobs for you to get your hands on too, like a Mrs Potts teapot, and matching Chip mug.

Rachel Andrews

Rachel Andrews is an NCTJ trained Junior Journalist at PRETTY52. She specialises in Fashion Journalism, and has experience at a range of online and print publications. She is a Journalism and English language graduate of Kingston University, London, and joined the team in 2017. Contact her -

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