Looking for a new pair of boots to keep you warm? Keep scrolling to see the pair I just picked up.
Growing up in Canada, I have been certified in the art of dressing to stay warm (ie. alive) in the frigid temperatures. When temperatures drop in my hometown of Ottawa, Canada they plummet. It’s hard enough to find clothing that holds up to the icy fall and winters, but warm and stylish clothing is a needle in a haystack. During my first year of university, I vividly remember waiting for the bus in -15 degree (celsius!) weather while my toes were literally on the verge of frostbite. I was wearing your typical non-snow approved (and seriously cute) booties, and I actually held back tears. I hated the way “snow boots” looked, so I was the girl who bite her tongue and endured the freezing temperatures against every doctor’s orders. Thankfully warm boots are getting more stylish these days, like the new UGG Sibley (pictured above). I would have lived in these boots during my University days! These boots are seriously so comfortable, insulted with UGGpure™ wool insole they are incredibly warm and feel like a slipper! They’re also pretreated to repel water and stains, so the upkeep is easy! The best part is they’re also super cute – and compliment most casual/everyday outfits! Temperatures are already dipping to the 30s in Ottawa at night, so I’ve been wearing these boots to stay warm. These boots are also the perfect “feel good” Christmas gift for the ladies in your life! I’ve already purchased one lucky lady in my life a pair of UGGS back home – to enjoy the Canadian frigid weather! So, why are these boots worth the price tag? Well, not only are they the warmest boots I’ve ever worn (seriously, it’s like wearing a big insulated blanket!) they also keep their shape! You don’t have to worry about having slouchy boots – these puppies will stand tall and proud for years! If you don’t have a great pair of winter boots, I’d highly recommend these!
This is a sponsored post in partnership with UGG. All words and opinions are my own.