Why you need to rethink your view on Uggs

Cast your mind back to 2002 and, chances are, the predominant image that will pop into your mind is the UGG boot, otherwise known as the shoe version of a hangover.

It was a boot that gloried in being ugly, that left us all walking on the ankles, went soggy the second it rained and never recovered, but was so comfortable, we forgave it all those sins and determinedly carried on wearing them anyway (sometimes with mini skirts, which made absolutely no sense).

Well, that boot is back.

Last week, Alexa Chung announced her collaboration with the brand and, with that, sealed what the fashion world has been attempting to do for a good year now: she made UGGs viable again.

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Besides, the return of the UGG is about more than just the boot itself anyway; it marks a bigger fashion movement that is going on this season: to bring back functional and wearable clothing that you might actually welcome putting on when you peel yourself out of bed in the morning.

See also the oversized everything, down-filled puffer jackets and sleeves so long they finish a good foot after your fingers do.

Casual observers could point out all these clothes can be hideously ugly too and that maybe that’s the real movement the UGG is a part of, but let’s ignore those dissenting voices and focus instead on the perks: fashion is being kind to us and giving us trends we actually want to wear, for once, and that’s something to be grateful for.

And if your heart still remains cold and unmoved, then consider this: Alexa Chung wears them now and since when has anyone needed any other reason to wear anything?

If you’re really being honest, did you ever stop wearing them in the first place?

All hail the return of the UGG boot.

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