I haven’t bought any but they do look cute. if you like them, keep wearing them. its your style not anyone elsesposted about 4 years ago
I don’t like how they look, but that’s just my personal opinion. I don’t necessarily hate them, but I don’t understand why people make .such a big deal bout them. They aren’t that great looking, but every “popular” kid or wanna be popular kid in my high school wears them. And it’s not even like they wear it correctly or they pair it well. They were it with skirts in the WINTER and with shorts in the summer. They’re like a walking paradox! It makes no sense! But then again, none of those kids make any sense…posted about 4 years ago
it’s true that most people can’t pull off the ugg look – it’s because they’re god awful. wearing them is like the equivalent of wearing shoes made to look like marshmallows. why pay for them when you can get an aesthetically-pleasing or a more functional pair of boots for the same price?
that being said, i also actually agree the crochet boots are fairly cute, especially at the ankle length. it’s just the classic uggs that make me feel revolted.posted about 4 years ago
I will admit i owned a pair of fake uggs when I went through my “preppy trendy girl” phase, but after I looked back at pictures, they had to go. They just make your feet look like you have abominable snowman feet. I just personally think they are ugly. I have friends who wear them, and since it’s their style, it works for them, and some people can make them acceptable, but personally for me, I don’t like them. My friend has a pair of crochet ones in brown and they look okay. But the ones in the photo here are just really really atrocious. So if you do get the crochet ones, they look better in black or brownposted about 4 years ago
I have them in gray.
So far, I’ve only worn them at home, hahah.
I don’t like them brown.posted about 4 years ago
The crochet/sweater-y Uggs are more acceptable in my mind, but not my style. I’m just not a fan of how the soles are and whatnot… it’s big and shapeless.
The regular ones however… bleh.posted about 4 years ago
I was wearing uggs whilst on a fashion magazine short course at a varsity in london, and the tutor used me as an example by saying, “U see, me as a stylist would never hire an assistant who wore uggs” needless to say i only wear them as slippers at home now….. p.s (and they’re real) paid £170 for them…… ouch. xposted almost 4 years ago