uggs are all that fit right now




what i’m wearing: chicwish white off shoulder sweater, zara frayed hem
skinny jeans, vintage oversized brown fedora, louis vuitton speedy bag
& ugg new classic mini ii in chocolate



Uggs, to me are the shoe equivalent of sweatpants – heavenly in comfort and worn on a heavier rota than you’d expect. Or maybe not, if you watch my snapchat, you will know I favour comfort over almost anything most days. Which is, essentially a glamorous way of admitting I’m usually a frump, seriously the hairstyles you see here and on instagram are by no means an accurate representation of it usually looks like. I have the messiest, most disastrous hair in the world.  But to quote Regina George, Uggs are all that will fit right now. I mean it, you should see my feet. Torn up, cut and bleeding from too much treadmill pounding. I have no idea how my feet managed to withstand such a pounding unnoticed – I’d say their enormous size might mean they are stronger than the typical dainty lady foot. But it wasn’t until the bleeding stained my socks did I realize how damaged they really are. Sounds painful, I know. If I’m brutally honest? I’m quietly proud of the pain; it’s a stamp ; physical proof of how hard I’ve been working. I’m rather masochistic like that but then again, I’d say most of us gym-rats are. I know women prefer the cuter name of ‘gym-bunny’ but I am nowhere near adorable when it comes to exercise, meaning my resemblance is more rodent-like than rabbit. Oh well, I’ll take it. In addition, I’ll take a pair of Uggs in every colour too as I have no intention of quitting. I’m still running everyday. Last night I hobbled, almost fell and winced out of the gym. In my experience it is best to avoid growing too ‘Ugg accustomed‘ – where comfort is concerned, they are unconquerable. Slipping one’s soles into Uggs is like stepping into those creamy clouds I stare at longingly from any airplane window.  Like a hug or playing with a puppy but in shoe form.  In fact, perhaps Uggs are the Danish shoe form of Hygge. I promise I will stop referencing that word, I am just so captivated by it’s many meanings, mostly because I bought a book about it, which I’ve been fervently reading. And finally if you, like me,  cannot resist the most comfortable, cloud-esque shoes, I participated in an influencer collective alongside Ugg. It’s a visual plethora for styling inspiration featuring many of my favourite bloggers and their take on the brand’s new classic style. You can take a look here.


  • I love the look of the simple sweater in white! 🙂

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  • Bri

    I bought my first pair of Uggs in Sydney recently and can absolutely say they are the comfiest thing my feet have ever felt! Love the chocolate version on you.

    With Love,
    Bri | Instagram @imbrigita

  • Lizzie

    I am yet to purchase a pair of uggs, they are undeniably comfy but I can’t seem to pull them off in a stylish way! Unlike you!

  • Naomi

    You can get Vegan ugg boots, more expensive for the wallet but saves countless lives of animals and destructive manufacturing to the environment. I am Australian and live in my UGGs in the winter months, but the process of making them is incredibly depressing, and I think not many think about that.

  • Alexia Mickens

    Oh how I wish that I could live in UGGS too!! Gorgeous!

    Check out my first post:
    passion project // | // Born Bred Be

  • As soon as it starts getting colder and colder, comfort is the only thing I can prioritize.