Just like nobody asked for 280 characters on Twitter (WHERE'S THE DAMN EDIT BUTTON THO), literally nobody asked for thigh high Uggs -- but they were just thrust upon the world anyway.
Listen, if fashion falls for thigh-high Uggs as easily as they did for Christopher Kane Crocs or Balenciaga Triple S trainers I'm honestly going to dissolve.— Sophie Benson (@SophieBenson_) January 19, 2018
Y/Project debuted the boots at Paris Fashion Week, and the internet has a lot of feelings.
If you want or wear thigh high Uggs, unfollow me right fucking now.— Amanda B (@amandajpanda) January 19, 2018
“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!” Glenn Martens [Y/Project's creative director] explained. “So we decided to design an Ugg boot that climbs up to the crotch and covers the whole leg.”
Thigh high Uggs exists, and we have the Tide Pod challenge... what a time to be alive 🤦🏼♀️— Rache ❄️ (@RachelDelanie) January 18, 2018
Just when we thought the ugly footwear trend had hit its peak, another so-bad-it’s-good shoe appears. https://t.co/EOGgH5h2gZ— Vogue Magazine (@voguemagazine) January 18, 2018
If you want a pair -- and some people actually do!!! -- they'll be available for purchase later this year, and will cost anywhere from $270 to $1,380, according to the New York Post.
I fully support thigh high uggs— dp (@imdanpham) January 19, 2018
Judge me all you want but the thigh-high Uggs looks comfy as fuck— Mary (@_maywinn) January 18, 2018