Thursday, 1 October 2009

New Whooga Boots

Ugg boots have never really been on my must have list for the winter. When a nice man from Whooga boots contacted me asking if I would like a pair of Whooga boots to review, I just couldn't resist the though of those comfy and toasty warm feet whilst walking the children to school on a cold winter morning. Yesterday my Whooga (Ugg Boots) arrived from Australia and I set myself the task of putting together the most un chav like outfit possible to wear them with.

I'l have to admit that I have never really been a fan of Ugg boots but part of this is due to the amazingly bad quality of most of the Ugg boots that I see just about every where. These boots are an entirely different kettle of fish, they are really thick merino sheepskin, high quality with a thick chunky sole. The boots can be bent about and stretched without going out of shape, so the website assures and I do believe it. The best thing about these Ugg boots is the comfort, they are so soft and comfy that I couldn't bare to wear socks with them, they feel like the comfiest pair of slippers ever. They seem to work well with leggings, mini skirts and skinny jeans. I picked the grey ones in the elegance style so they go with black and grey and look a bit less casual than the chestnut and sand coloured versions. They also have reinforced heels and toes so these boots were definitely made for walking. I think I might be a convert!

My outfit - Dress, Oasis, Jeans refashioned using bleach, necklace, French Connection, Ugg Boots, Whooga Boots.


PinkBow said...

i have 2 pairs of ugg boots - i hate the look of them & the chav style thy are associated with. but you really can't beat them for winter, it's like your feet are in cotton wool balls! these look like a good alternative, i love the colour.

janet said...

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Fashion Illustration said...

I have a pair of Ugg boots, and I regret the buy. I've seen some nice ones, but much prefer what you have shown now!