ESU Fashion: “UGG”-ly or not?

Ugg boots can be seen on every college campus. Photo credit / Alexandra Pliska
Ugg boots can be seen on every college campus. Photo credit / Alexandra Pliska

Ugg boots can be seen on every college campus.
Photo credit / Alexandra Pliska

BY ALEXANDRA PLISKA

SC Staff Writer

Most girls at ESU remember the time when the brand name UGG was the most talked about pair of shoes at school.

It was probably back in middle school, and if you were not wearing UGGs, girls would look at you like you were crazy.

Because they are very well made, UGGs can last for a long length of time.

Some girls on campus probably have a pair from when they were in high school.

Although they are extremely comfortable and perfect for the current climate, the question remains—are UGGs in style or no?

Back when they were all the rage, UGGs could be worn with any outfit.

They could be worn with sweats or a pair of leggings in the winter.

In spring, girls can wear them with jean shorts to be cute.

At one point, the ones that would wear them with shorts added stylish leg warmers for some flare.

Now, it seems that fewer girls are wearing UGGs on campus and have floated over to a more mature look.

When girls do wear UGGs, it is usually with a more casual outfit—unlike the days of wearing them with everything.

The most popular style of UGGs on campus is the classic cognac suede with the top rolled down to show off the warm furry inside.

When did that become the thing to do?

Barely any girls wear tall UGGs anymore.

It may be because so many boots are plain and the rolled down boots add something different.

Overall, it is up to the ESU fashionistas to decide for themselves whether UGGs are in or not.

If you are some one who had a higher fashion taste, you probably will only be seen wearing UGGs as bedroom slippers.

If you are more casual or don’t really care what’s in or out this season, you probably will wear them whenever you want.

UGGs will never completely go out of style—but then again, neither does anything.

On that note, stay true to yourself and stay stylish!

Email Alexandra at:

ap7133@live.esu.edu

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