Primark has been serving up all the Disney mech you could ever possibly need, and it's somehow still not enough.

They've had all you can imagine from enchanted Beauty and The Beast handbags to adorable Minnie Mouse Christmas baubles to cosy Daisy Duck blankets.

While it's all been adorable, Primark seems to have been lacking in its 101 Dalmatians-inspired products, which is one of the best Disney films IMO.


The fashion brand has noticed the gap, and created a seriously cute dalmatian dressing gown, which is an absolute bargain, as expected.

For just £16, you can look like Pongo, Perdita or Patch in a white, black and red spotted cosy dressing gown. I'm sure Cruella de Vil would go wild for this Disney piece!

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The cute ensemble is covered in black spots, has paw prints on the front pockets, and features a cute dog face on the hood, with red detailing. It also has a dalmatian badge on the chest too.

If 101 Dalmatians isn't your cup of tea (don't worry, I'll maybe forgive you), Primark has plenty of other Disney bedtime delights for you to get your paws on instead.

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The brand released a load of hooded Disney blankets released a load of hooded Disney blankets which even have mittens, as spotted by Cosmopolitan. As expected they are absolutely adorable and are probably one of the best things to have ever been created.

Shoppers flooded social media with cute snuggled up snaps of the blankets, posted on their Instagram accounts. There is a black, white and red Minnie Mouse blanket which comes with mittens and ears as well as cute bow on top.

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They're also a steal at just £16, and I'll be taking five, please!

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The blankets also come in Thumper Rabbit, Eeyore, and Daisy Duck versions too, which are both the same price.

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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