There's nothing like a little chill in the air for people to think it's perfectly okay to wear their UGG boots. I suppose those folks think they're one upping all the other people who where them all year long.
Um. Yeah. They don't look any better with your snowsuit people.
It's always nice when mainstream America takes fashion cues from Pamela Anderson. Clearly she has her finger on the pulse of what's cool and hip in this world.
But even Pam is ditching her UGGs. Not because they look like someone skinned a sheep with a butter knife and sewed them together with their eyes closed, but because she discovered that they were made from real sheepskin.
Don't try to put one past that Pam, people. She's one smart vegan cookie.
If you didn't realize, UGGs were popularized by American surfers, not Iditarod competitors. Even men and women with frozen snot hanging off their nose hairs wouldn't be caught dead in them.
Doesn't that tell you something?
But that doesn't stop massive amounts of people from shelling out hundreds of dollars to purchase these shapeless wooly boots and actually wear them.
In public. With any number of outfit combos. I mean, don't you wear boots with your swimsuit? Pajama pants? Track suit?
I know they feel sooooo good and they're warm. But so are farts. And I don't generally do those in public. And I bet my farts smell better than your feet after being stuck in those shoes all day long.
Here's a concept. Wear socks. Don't walk around in a mini skirt and crop top in the dead of winter. Invest in a jacket.
And whatever you do, don't let them near your Crocs. Apparently bad footwear, when left alone, get horny.