This noughties fashion trend is making a comeback

Celebrities from JLo to Gigi are wearing Uggs again

Gigi Hadid
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Uggs were a hot fashion trend of the 90's and early noughties - with celebrities such as Sienna Miller and Kate Moss wearing the comfy boots literally everywhere.

So, of course, we all followed suit and bought their classic brown comfy boots -  making them fit with every outfit we wore.

However, with the trend for loungewear on the rise this year, the brand's boots and shoes seem to be making a comeback - especially in celebrities wardrobes.

Celebrities such as JLO and Gigi Hadid have been spotted wearing the brand's boots and even fluffy slippers - helping to reinvent the shoes as a go-to wardrobe staple.

Fashion icon JLO has been a fan of the boots for the last ten years - but she was recently spotted wearing their new Bailey Button II boots - using them to accessorize a shaggy pink coat and tracksuit look.

While Gigi seems to favour the yellow Ugg slides, which are basically fluffy slippers. The model and new mum wore them earlier this year as she was out and about in New York. 

Celebrities seem to think there is no occasion that the boots aren't worthy of - with Bella Hadid spotted wearing their purple fluffy sliders on board a yacht and Margot Robbie wearing them to the airport.

While Kylie Jenner wore their pink fluffy sliders recently - to the launch of her skincare range and Selena Gomez accessorized the brand's black fluffy sliders in the recording studio recently, helping to finish off her loungewear look.

The brand actually launched in Australia in the late 70's but didn't seem to get much recognition until the 90's when celebrities such as Paris Hilton and Madonna were spotted in them. They now sell everything from walking boots to slippers.


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Sarah Finley

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