These 5 Barefoot Dreams Dupes Will Save You Tons of Money (+ They’re Perfect for Gifting!)
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Oh, how we love money-saving knockoffs like these Barefoot Dreams dupes!
From plush throws and baby blankets to cozy cardigans and robes, Barefoot Dreams has set the bar for creating some of the softest products and we’ve fallen in love with them over the years.
However, along with their superior quality comes a hefty $100-ish price tag that’s quite a bit more than the typical blanket enthusiast and sweater lover is used to. I mean, with that budget, you could take home 3 or 4 items! Enter the Barefoot Dreams dupes that are much kinder to your wallet and are rumored to be just as nice as the name brand.
Here are 5 Barefoot Dreams dupes that won’t break the bank:
While the name brand blanket has a whopping $150+ price tag, the Barefoot Dreams dupe from Pottery Barn cost just $39 and frequently goes on sale for even less.
The blankets are rumored to feel exactly the same as they’re both 100% polyester, but the Barefoot Dreams CozyChic Throw is just a few inches longer. For less than half the price and with the addition of the adorable pom-poms on the trim, the clear winner here is the budget-friendly dupe!
If I’m spending $99 on a robe, it had better come with magical fairy wings or something. On the contrary, the Barefoot Dreams CozyChic Unisex Robe is pretty basic and doesn’t much different than the $30 Target version.
The robes are almost identical in length, but the budget-friendly Barefoot Dreams dupe is a bit shorter than the CozyChic robe and I honestly like the shorter length better! Aside from that, they’re both 100% polyester, have the same side pocket detailing, and even come in the same gray and white colors.
Stars Above Cozy Chenille Robe is another great dupe and is longer in length, but this one sells out fast so if you see it in stock, you better grab it fast!
It really is an essential sweater that every gal needs in her closet but is the $30-$50 Barefoot Dreams dupe just as nice as its pricier competitor? I’d say so and so would quite a few Amazon reviewers who are loving their cozy sweater.
The material of Max and Mia’s Travel Cardigan is exactly the same as the $119 Barefoot Dreams CozyChic Lite Circle Cardigan and the quality is rumored to be just as good too. With such a reasonable price tag, you can even get a couple of different colors when you opt for the knockoff version! I’ve also spotted the dupe cardigan at Costco so you might get lucky and find it in-store.
The Stargazer throw is yet another super affordable dupe for the Barefoot Dream’s CozyChic Throw and resembles the original even more than the Pottery Barn blanket dupe. Collin is a big fan of the affordable Urban Outfitters copycat too!
Each throw is 100% polyester and machine washable, but the CozyChic throw is a bit larger measuring 54″ x 72″, while the Barefoot Dreams dupe from Urban Outfitters, measures 50″ x 60″—not a huge difference and well worth the substantially lower price of $49 vs. $147.
I couldn’t believe how much cheaper the Barefoot Dreams blanket dupe was compared to the original version, so I even did some digging and read up on the materials of each one, and I was shocked to learn that they really are almost exactly the same! – Collin
The Barefoot Dreams dupe has the same open front and pockets and hits right around knee-length just like the name brand version does.
“This is just as soft as my barefoot dreams cardigan! It is amazing- love it bought all three colors for the price, you can’t beat it!” – Sam’s Club reviewer
Quality doesn’t have to cost a fortune.
Why spend double or triple the money on name-brand items when you can get the same look and level of quality with a less popular brand? Next time you’re about to make a big brand purchase, check for a highly-rated knockoff that could save you some cash! You might get lucky and find a copycat as good as a Barefoot Dreams dupe!
Want more budget-friendly brand copycats? Check out these 17 Anthropologie dupes!