Friday, November 17, 2006

Ugg!
I rather fancy some Ugg boots for the winter, they certainly look cosy. They’re made in Australia from Australian sheepskin. It’s funny how many good things seem to be coming out of Australia in recent times. Not only do they make footwear, they do a lot of work for charity. Every year they ask a selection of high profile actors, musicians and celebrities to hand design a pair of boots which are then made up and auctioned on eBay to raise money for St Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital. It’s not only money that is raised, but awareness of the work of the hospital.

One of the best places to acquire a pair of Uggs online is at toecovers.com. This winter they are highly recommending Uggs.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the recommendation. I have perpetually cold feet. I should do a bit of boot shopping.

Carol
Have a wonderful weekend!

Anji said...

Cas; they do look lovely and warm; have a good weekend too

Keith said...

"....many good things seem to be coming out of Australia."

Such as the boat to Britain?
[Joke! Don't shoot!]

Surely it doesn't get that cold in France to warrant Ugg boots?

Anonymous said...

I have always been a fan of Uggs, although silly as it may sound I hadn't thought about purchasing a pair for some time. Thanks for reminding me of those wonderful boots.

Anji said...

Keith; We do get wind straight from Siberia sometimes, honest!

Aiuhnus; Thanks for visiting. Glad to be of service.

zoe said...

i have never liked Ugg boots, but everyone was wearing them outside a couple of years ago .... ewwwwwww.

the best thing to come from australia has to be tea tree oil. absolutely.

Anji said...

Zoe; so you think they really are 'ugh'. I think I remember you mentioning your dislike of them a long time ago

Pamela J Weatherill said...

Aw! Shucks. Australia is totally cool ... I'm a Canadain Born Aussie and Ugg Boots (and Tea Tree Oil) are but the beginning of wonderful things we export ... you should see what we keep to ourselves!!!!

Anji said...

Pamela; I've heard that the Australian wines are pretty good too.