Taking a walk with UGG

Heading outside at this time of year requires layers upon layers, the biggest coat you own and a chunky pair of warm boots because cold toes are the worst, right? Having said that, I absolutely love wrapping up in this weather and feeling super snug. I’ve teamed up with Office & UGG to show you how I’d style these UGG Aldon Fold Down Boots whilst keeping warm!

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I knew when I first saw these boots that I had the perfect jacket in mind to go with them. They are SO cosy, in fact, I don’t think I’ve ever worn a pair of boots that have kept me so warm without putting on 3 pairs of socks!

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If you’re looking for a pair of boots to keep you warm this winter then I cannot recommend these enough, being warm and loving your outfit at the same time has got to be a win! Unlike those times when you were a kid and your mum used to say ‘here, put these on’ as you walked out the door only to give you a pair of walking boots covered in cobwebs that nobody had worn for 9 years.

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Okay… maybe an exaggeration on that last part but you know what I mean. Having a cosy pair of boots that still go with your outfit and make you feel good are well worth it in my books.


You can find the range of UGG boots at Office below.



This post was sponsored by UGG & Office.







Other items featured in post – Monki Jacket, Acne Studies Scarf, Missguided Jumpsuit, Topshop Sunglasses & NakedVice bag.



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