How to STYLE your UGG boots this winter
UGG finally arrived on South African shores in 2020 - smack bang just as lockdown started. And so many ladies rushed to buy themselves a pair of the most coveted sheepskin boots in the world. I personally lived in my UGG boots for the winter of 2020 (and to be honest 2021 as well).
Now that lockdown is (hopefully) a thing of the past - a few of my friends and clients have said to me "Yes but why would I want slippers for winter if I can now go out of the house?".
The thing is - if STYLED correctly - you can wear your UGG boots out to a variety of places AND with some of the new styles this year - they definitely do not look like "house boots".
Thus, I decided to do a short blog on how you can wear your UGG boots in such a way that it is not slipper-looking at all.
Style 1 - Mini Boots with a formal jacket
This look requires a neat pair of jeans, a beautiful shirt or jersey, and then a cute pair of mini UGG boots. This is the equivalent of wearing ankle boots and if you work from home this is actually the perfect work-comfort balance.
Style 2 - Casual, Cosy, Chic
This is your typical Saturday morning - out with the girls or family for brunch, lunch, or shopping. Wear your tights, add some denim, accessorize with a wrap scarf - and you are set!
Style 3 - Chilly Winter Days
Now, this is the weather these boots were actually made for. Wear your tights or jeans with a think knit, woolen coat, or puffer jacket, and do not forget a beanie. This look just screams "I am keeping warm in the cold".
Style 4 - DRESS them up
If you like your dresses, then there is nothing wrong with wearing your UGG boots with a dress (or skirt) this winter. If the weather is a little warmer you can rock this look without tights.
Style 5 - The Long and Short of it
Basically - you can style your UGG boots any way you like. And not just in winter, when spring arrives you can still enjoy your booties out while wearing shorts.....
Style 6 - The Michelle D Way
Now anyone who knows me, knows that I live in my torn jeans. In fact, my mother has often asked me if I need money for new jeans (as a joke of course as she HATES my torn jeans). This year I have decided that I should invest in some non-torn pants BUT .... this is my ultimate winter weekend look ....