Monday, April 20, 2009

Black UGG Australia Boots

Most Aussies groan when they see Ugg boots in public. They were originally for keeping your feet warm indoors. Now the Australian icons are street footwear. Lower and upper classes alike have no concerns of being seen in such oversized lumpy boots!

I've converted since moving to London because with the climate-they are a necessity! It's cold in Sydney so it's time to invest in a tall pair.

Tried on a few non-branded ones in Flemington Markets and some shoe shops. They were cheaper but no way as soft and furry as the Uggs Australia ones. Fortunately Myer had a 30% off sale on boots so I snapped up a pair for $209 AUD!

Not a steal but a very good shop price. Especially compared to how much they are sold for in the UK and US. I remember seeing the equivalent boots duty free in London for £180!

Who wants to go to work freezing in cold boots when you can enjoy sheepskin comfort? 

Shopping At DFO Homebush

I'm proud to say I finally got a job!!! After nearly 4 months of searching, someone wants to hire me! :)

To start updating my work wardrobe, I visited DFO and bought the below bargains.

The navy blue knit corsage cardigan was from Jacqui E. It has a plunging v neck and is not too long for my stumpy frame. Original price was $69.95. I was happy to pay $19.95 so was pleasantly surprised when told there was a further 20% off!

The funky scarf was from Portmans. It was originally $40 and I got it for half price. I love the colours and the Missoni-esque pattern. Not really for the office but I'll definitely put it to good use!


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