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Winter is finally here and depending on where you live, it’s been around for a while. But if you’re looking for the perfect thing to take your winter wardrobe to the next level, Uggs has just the boot for you!
It’s basically like, comfort, warmness, and heels all rolled into one! But to be honest, I’m not sure if anyone was asking for this…
It’s basically a dream – or maybe even a nightmare for some – come true. Let me explain. To basically keep up with the fast changing fashion trends of the world, Ugg has debuted a brand new style of boots that will either make you say ‘omg, I can still wear heels in the winter AND keep my feet warm at the same time’ or just… ‘why?’
As a part of Ugg’s Fall 2017 collection, the brand released a heeled boot in a style that’s similar to their classic Uggs. You know, the ones you used to work back in the early 2000s with your Juicy velour tracksuits. Anyway, since tracksuits are basically coming back in style, why not throw on a pair of ugg heels to complete your comfy but couture aesthetic, right??
In case you’re all DYING to know, these Ugg boots, named Kasen, come to the classic chestnut color as well as black AND you have the choice between a short or tall style. The only thing is, the boots will cost ya a pretty penny. The short boots are going for $150 while the taller versions are $250 a pop.
So far, the boots have received some pretty good reviews on the website and as of this moment, there are literally no cons to adding these bad boys to your wardrobe. Unless you hate comfortable, warm, and great fitting boots, then these probably aren’t for you.
Soooo, what are your thoughts on this? Are you so down for heeled Uggs or should the company just stick to their usual comfy footwear? When you’re done leaving all your thoughts (and I’m sure you all feel some type of way about this) click right over here to get the deets on what Vine 2 is. I know, I know, Vine is dead, but maybe…it’s coming back to life?! Anyway, thanks for joining me on Newsfeed, I’m your girl Drew Dorsey and I’ll see ya next time!
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They talk about uggs like they’re out of fashion but I️ live in New Jersey and uggs are the go to shoes in my closet just because you live in California and it’s warm there you obviously don’t wear uggs but they are not 2000 shoes 🤷🏽♀️
I think there should be 2 types of shoe sizes: length and width. I have narrow feet, so these would be great for me, but not so much for others, and I've seen shoes that are too wide for me but the right length, so it gets annoying picking between the right length or the right width.
L Jen Rose. I hate stereotypes too, but I can admit that most of them are funny. I'm black, & the stereotype that we love fried chicken is funny & kind of overrated, but I still laugh at it. It's all fun, for some people.
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