Classic Short UGG Boots in Sand  » Clothes  »
4.0
1 votes
Are you familiar with this?
Feel free to rate it!
  • I don't do anything special to take care of my boots except avoid any major puddles or other dirty areas that could stain my boots
  • I really love the fact that these make your feet super warm in the winter
  • I used to not own that many skinny jeans, so wearing UGGs was a problem for me because boot cut jeans would always come out when I tried to tuck my jeans into the boots
  • I think wearing skinny jeans and UGGs is really classic and comfy-cute, but of course, if you are the type that needs to wear high-fashion clothing every day, this wouldn't be for you
  • I really liked how these looked online and even when I tried them out, but the problem is, I don't think they look good with dark-wash skinny jeans

    • by kelairyy
      TRUSTWORTHY

      all reviews
      UGGs are pretty popular for a brand of boots, but they are pretty expensive at $140 for a pair of classic short boots. While these are not the most fashionable, I really like UGGs because they’re extremely comfortable and warm, and I personally like the way they look with skinny jeans. I have had mine for two years now, and they are still working just fine. I never sprayed my UGGs with the water-repellent protective spray, and my UGGs still look pretty good (no major stains, etc.) I don’t do anything special to take care of my boots except avoid any major puddles or other dirty areas that could stain my boots.

      I really love the fact that these make your feet super warm in the winter. I live in an area where we don’t get ten or fifteen inches of snow, but every year, we do get


      a few inches. You lose heat the fastest from your head and your feet, so I really like to keep bundled up because it sure gets cold fast here! I used to not own that many skinny jeans, so wearing UGGs was a problem for me because boot cut jeans would always come out when I tried to tuck my jeans into the boots. However, lately I’ve really been getting into skinny jeans, so my jeans stay tucked in my UGGs for the whole day, and I don’t have to re-tuck them in. I think wearing skinny jeans and UGGs is really classic and comfy-cute, but of course, if you are the type that needs to wear high-fashion clothing every day, this wouldn’t be for you. I’m willing to sacrifice comfort for cuteness sometimes, and UGGs work for me, because I actually think these are cute (though others ...

      • may disagree with me). I admit that $140 is expensive for shoes, but these are the only really expensive shoes I own, and I think they were worth it. They’ve lasted a long time without look worn down and old, and they don’t look like a lot of boots that are sold: really cheap (once again, this is my opinion, of course). I love the Classic Short UGGs because I think they’re like the name says: classic. They’re cute because they’re short, and unlike the tall UGGs, they don’t show lines as well after wearing the boots for a while. When you walk, you bend the boots, and after a while, there will be lines from where the boots bent so much. The tall UGGs seem to show those lines a lot faster and more noticeably than the Classic Short which is why I prefer the shorter UGGs.

        The only thing I have an issue with is the color Sand. I really liked how these looked online and even when I tried them out, but the problem is, I don’t think they look good with dark-wash skinny jeans. I have a few light wash skinny jeans, and since Sand is a really like beige color, those skinny jeans and my Sand colored UGGs look great together. However, I don’t really like wearing light jeans; instead, I prefer dark colored skinny jeans because I think they’re cuter. Since the Sand UGGs are so light, there is a huge contrast when I wear those boots and dark skinny jeans together. I still love my Classic Short Sand UGGs, but I think I am going to purchase a pair of Classic Short Chocolate (dark brown) UGGs instead because I feel like those would look better with dark wash skinny jeans.




    • Don't Be Nice. Be Helpful.

    The review was published as it's written by reviewer in December, 2010. The reviewer certified that no compensation was received from the reviewed item producer, trademark owner or any other institution, related with the item reviewed. The site is not responsible for the mistakes made. 5513121353250231/k2311a1213/12.13.10
    Your use of this website constitutes acceptance of the Terms & Conditions
    Privacy Policy