Thursday, 20 December 2012

Ugg boots for Children - Review

I've been quite vocal in my dislike of Ugg boots.  My Pixie on the other hand, has been coveting a pair for a long time.  A few of her friends have them and she has been pestering for a pair of "fluff  boots" for a while now.  I've always resisted, namely because a) I don't like them and b) They are expensive in comparison to leather boots.

However, even though I thought I would be all Margaret Thatcher "this lady is not for turning" on the issue, we were offered the chance for Pixie to review a pair and I have to admit, right here and now, that "this lady has indeed turned".

Pixie chose to review a pair of Pink (hot pink no less) Bailey Bow Uggs.  That look like this on the website:


When they arrived, I have to say that the first thing that struck me was that despite being a solid boot, they were really, rather incredibly light and, dare I say it, Stylish.  The bows on the back are adorable and as they are fixed, there is no chance of them coming undone - genius!

They have twinface sheepskin on the inside which means they are incredibly snug and warm.

Pixie adored them and hasn't taken them off since she got them.  In fact, I would wager a bet that she is the ONLY Inn Keeper in the last 2, 012 years who has worn them in the nativity.



Pixie Wears:

Jacket by Monsoon £39.99
Skinny Jeans by Stella McCartney Kids £39.99
Boots by Ugg: £120 Bailey Bow in Pink

As for my opinion?  I have to say, I am now a convert.  Whist I have always thought Uggs to be ugly and very generic in style, I have been pleasantly surprised at their Collection range which are all made in Italy.  Check out these bad boys which would look amazing with Skinny Jeans on a night out.



However, I am seriously considering getting a paid of these for everyday wear on the school run:



What do you think??  Head on over to Ugg Australia UK for a look at their latest offerings.

Peace and Love


S.A.M xoxo

Disclaimer: We were sent the Bailey Bow in Hot Pink for the purpose of this review.  However, as you can see the thoughts are mine and mine alone.

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