No sewing or knitting required.
I literally can’t even rn.
Can you prove you lived through the most fetch time to be a teen: the early ’00s?!
Deckers Outdoor, which gets most of its sales from the Ugg brand, says its market research shows the brand is stronger today than in February 2010. Yet its sales fell last year.
Is he a 15-year-old girl?
Or at least, footwear just generally.
May these enormously amusing, super-fun fashion movements continue well into 2013 and beyond. (Except for two gaudy trends that need to die.)
This is like Rudy with Uggs.
The boots are for girls, though, so they probably won’t be wearing them.
Out this winter—UGGs. In—Cat Boots.
Bridal Uggs — are you kidding me?!
Starting Monday, the principal at Pottstown Middle School is enacting a ban on Uggs and “open-top boots” in response to kids’ stashing phones and snacks in their fugly footwear during class. A local news station discovered that some parents aren’t pleased with the blessing in disguise. (The mom at 1:00 is my favorite.)
You really don’t want to know. Knock off Uggs are made with the pelts of Chinese raccoon dogs rather than than the sheep skin found in authentic Uggs. In order to pass the savings for these counterfeits on to the customer, the raccoon dogs are tortured and murdered in a mind-blowingly horrific fashion. WARNING: Graphic.
And it’s insane. I mean more insane than just a dude wearing Uggs.
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Come on now, Oprah.
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Summer is officially over. That’s right, no more summer dresses, loose t-shirts, or EVEN jorts! Does this mean we have another season of UGG’s to look forward to?!? Look at your life, look at your choices.
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The shoes that America loves to hate (aside from Uggs, of course) are magical Crocs — worn and scoffed at by many. Looks like the trend might be ending soon, as the company seems to be diving into bankruptcy.
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