Admittedly, they keep the toes toasty warm on a cold day, when the heating is down low to save on energy bills, but they're not aesthetically pleasing no matter how much bling they're weighed down with.
In short, they're a furry, snuggly slipper.
Speaking of slip, when UGG boots are worn outdoors have a tendency to slip when the sole, heavy with the weight of a human body, is placed on a wet autumn leaf of which there are many in London at present. Don't be fooled by the use of the word "boots".
They. are. not. outdoor. footwear ... Even if you're feeding a cute squirrel.
How did it happen that this useful item of footwear has become an outdoors fashion (sic) item?
But I'll never be convinced. Put the bling on; laden them with bows, jewels and heels, no matter what decoration they're strewn with, they'll always be indoor footwear for me.
|Bemused sheep, giggling that people have been "fleeced"|