October 20, 2011

A Hot Chocolate? Check. A Blanket? Check. Uggs' Vaccine? Check...



It all started in Los Angeles - the whole trend with the Uggs, which, in a way, does not make any sense, because it does not go below 75F in LA anyway, so why would you 'torture' yourself and wear furry beasts - a.k.a. UGGs? Well, there is a big f*cking reason and a very clear common sense explanation for that...


Well, here is the deal...Deny it or not, but those damn "bear paws" not only look incredibly cozy but they ARE, actually, cozy, warm and unbelievably comfortable. They also withstand water and snow and the dirt comes off easier than even on some of the raining boots out there...So, what's there not to like?


Personally - I love my UGGs. I wear it even at home - but then again, I'm one of those people, whose hands and feet are ALWAYS cold, even during summer.

Yes, they are not cheap, but neither they are expensive for the quality and life-spam they offer. I've had mine for three years and they still look like new, even though they've been through various seasons and situations - from muddy picnics in the park to snowy days in the Eastern Hemisphere of US...And now - while it was still a rare selection offered by a limited number of stores and sites just a few years ago - [yes, darlings, the first year UGGs made it to USA, you could only buy it on the UGG website] - now you can even order them from the Victoria Secret's site and catalog.

However, be careful - do know how to tell the difference. They are very many replicas and copycats of them - so only trust a trustworthy site/store. Otherwise, you'd be surprised to find out in a month that the fur inside your boot is falling apart and the 'kangaroo skin' of the boot is starting to look more like a shedding crocodile...


But if you feel that UGGs are not for you, and you want to stay away from them. Get a vaccine! Yes, you've heard me - a vaccine that 'protects young women from the dangers of Ugg Boots'.


That said, I'm really starting to be sadden by the decreasing daytime light. I’m sure in no time at all, it’ll be way too cold and we’ll all miss the sun and everyone will wonder why we ever said anything nice about autumn....

2 comments:

IE said...

There are still emus...and I am switching to them, bye-bye uggs! :))

Alisa K. K. said...

Why so?