Thigh High Uggs Now Exist And They're The Worst Thing You'll Ever See
19 January 2018, 16:58
WHAT ARE THOOOOOOOOOSE?!
Everyone at some point in their lives has owned and loved a pair of Ugg boots, right? They're almost like a rite of passage for tweens who think they're stylish AF and students who literally don't own any other shoes.
But um, forget about those chestnut brown ankle (or calf, if your parents splashed out at Christmas for longer ones...) length boots because an actual collection of THIGH HIGH Uggs just debuted at the Menswear's Paris Fashion Week earlier this week and they are truly, TRULY, the most offensive thing you'll ever see.
WHO is responsible for these thigh high Uggs. I’m livid pic.twitter.com/RNQElgDgrG— Ty$ (@TyNicole___) January 17, 2018
Y/PROJECT is a French fashion label known for their wild designs with tons of layers and you know what, for the most part, their looks are kind of cool. But this... this has gone too far. And the internet is absolutely LOSING it.
thigh-high uggs are the best most 2018 thing i can imagine. i love them— the hermit (@error_void) January 17, 2018
Today, thigh high uggs became a thing. I can't even. Lol. pic.twitter.com/6ZYd4wwwrB— TheShirenaissance (@TShirenaissance) January 17, 2018
Knee high uggs are a thing???— Kate Heppell (@KateHeppell) January 17, 2018
“Oh I just love how it makes my legs look bigger!”- said no woman EVER!— Diana Valentin Egan (@Sraegan) January 17, 2018
They made thigh high Uggs Im so disgusted Im not tweeting the pic its not gonna b on my tl go view the atrocity for yourself— 💋BACKPAGE ASS BITCH💋 (@lyndslaflare) January 17, 2018
The label's creative director Glenn Martens wrote about why he decided to show the boots. Here's what he said: “Putting on Uggs is like putting your foot in a warm pot of butter, and I thought why not elevate that and immerse your full legs! So we decided to design an Ugg boot that climbs up to the crotch and covers the whole leg.”
The average pair of Ugg boots will set you back around £150 but these? They're reportedly going to cost you over $1000. And like, while having warm legs in the winter time is nice, it's gonna have to be a firm no from us.