UGGs have been around for years now and people either love them or hate them. Personally, UGGs are our go-to feet warmers whenever it starts to get cold. How could you not love the warm feeling of fluff between your toes?! But others, find them down right FUGGly. We don't blame them though. Other than the warmth they provide, the tan, almost knee-high booties are definitely not the most fashionable shoe out there. 

 

After many years of mixed reviews, Rachel Zoe has come out with a new line of UGGs and we must say, they're very stylish. The brand's updated version, called "Classic Slim," is a new and innovative way of wearing the once bulky UGG boot. As she puts it, "One woman's skinny [jeans] is another woman's wide leg." So the boots just got a slimmer look. Don't worry though, they aren't getting rid of the features you love completely. The Aime Wedge, Michelle Boot and Kara Wedge all have the look of the classic UGG we know and love. However, there are a few newer lengths and styles as well. Read below to see the brand new styles. We're in love with them already!

The Kara Wedge is a tall black boot that can be folded down to show off some of the sheep skin. It has a little wedge on the back of the shoe to make them a little more fashionable. 

A new face to the UGG collection though is the Bethany. Its shoe-like build with tie-up laces make these boots more practical, but pretty cute. Just look at how well they look with a pair of white skinny jeans. We definitely love this edgy style. What do you think of the UGGs revamp? Do you love them just as much as the old collection?

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