Post # 1
Because I really really dislike them in most settings that I see them. Such as with PINK sweatpants or mini skirts. I don’t mind them if you actually wear them for their intended use.
However, their “I Do” collection makes me sick, minus the flip flops. Those look REALLY comfy for the hotel room after wearing heels all day.
Post # 3
No. Just no. Maybe if it’s a rustic wedding outdoor wedding. But please, no.
Post # 4
@ccantics: THOSE SLIPPERS.
Post # 5
Uggs are just not my thing. I used to wear them mainly to throw on when I was taking out the trash at my old apartment.
Post # 6
They’re called UGGS for a reason, they’re UGGLY.
No, just no.
Post # 7
- Wedding: August 2013 - Brookfield Zoo
Sparkles I Do!? holy crap. maybe if you’re getting married outdoors in alaska. there’s no way that matches anything.
Post # 8
If you don’t live in the snow…you don’t need snow boots. The best thing is when girls in TEXAS in the DEAD OF SUMMER (aka 115 outside) wear them with hoochie shorts and crop tops. I don’t get it. And those flip flops kind of scare me not gonna lie. They look like a poor little critter. Though I bet you’re right, I’m sure they are so comfy!
Post # 9
I own a few pairs but I only wear them during the winter when they’re appropriate.
Post # 10
Agreed! I don’t understand how people wear them in warmer months!? I love them in the cold snowy weather. The ones with the light blue soles are cute, but look like they would get dirty easily with regular wear.
Post # 11
Okay but those flip flops look comfy as anything. And I need shoes to take the dog out in. hahahaha
Post # 13
Haahaha wow. I have a pair that I wear during winter because they are so warm and cozy. I don’t wear during summer though, I do find that weird.
And I was actually planning to wear mine for our outdoor wedding pics. It will be February in Canada, and hey – they’ll be under my dress anyway. I’ve got pretty blinged out shoes for inside though.
Post # 14
@Pinkmoon: I can totally understand where you are coming from. If I got married in the snow, I’d be game for them. My brother was married in Edmonton in the winter and I thought I was going to freeze to death. (the snow pictures were absolutely gorgeous) They’re definitely worth it then.
Post # 15
@Ms. Martian: They’re called UGGS for a reason, they’re UGGLY.
Ha! I love this. You’re right.
Post # 16
UGS are ok as slippers. And the wedding ones would be ok for when your getting ready for your wedding but not too your wedding. Are they freaking kidding?!