A version of this story originally appeared on the Strategist US.
If you thought your kid couldn’t possibly want any more Frozen toys, blankets, or T-shirts after the release of the first movie, you weren’t ready for the sequel. Since Frozen 2 came out in November, demand for anything with Elsa, Anna, and Olaf has only heated up. In fact, when we asked trend forecasters about the most popular toys this holiday season, several mentioned the new merch that tied in with the movie.
Of course, lots of these are garish, light-up toys that play a high-pitched version of “Into the Unknown” (the new “Let It Go”) whenever you accidentally step on them, but not all. Because Frozen 2 tie-ins are so popular, there are lots of surprisingly tasteful collaborations with brands like Uniqlo and S’well. To help you find merch that won’t drive you crazy, but will still delight your child (or the Disney-obsessed kid in your life), we rounded up all the Frozen 2 clothes, toys, and more that are actually decent-looking and, most importantly for parents, don’t make any noise.
Best Frozen 2 toys and games
Best Frozen 2 home stuff
You’ll obviously need the matching sheets.
Here’s a kid-friendly electric toothbrush that might actually get little ones excited to brush their teeth.
Baking together is always a fun activity, and both kids and adults will be impressed with a snowflake cake made from this pan.
These Velcro Converse sneakers with a tiny Olaf illustration are surprisingly cool-looking.
The high-top versions are nice, too.
We love basics from Uniqlo, and this graphic tee gets the Frozen treatment.
You’d have to look closely at the patches on this comfy black sweatshirt to know that it’s a Frozen tie-in.
Jeweler Roberto Coin released a line of Frozen fine jewellery for anyone who’s been very good this year.
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