The weather is starting to turn cooler, and while it may feel like only yesterday that the first of the autumn leaves started to fall, there is no denying that winter is now almost upon us.
As December rapidly approaches, bringing with it a blast of cold air and frost, my thoughts are turning to keeping my little family warm and cosy. Wooly hats, mittens, a nice big coat and some snuggly winter boots mean we can still get outside and enjoy the fresh air, even when the temperature takes a dip!
Daniel footwear have a huge range of Kids Ugg Boots to keep your children's feet toasty, warm and super stylish this winter. There is much more to Ugg boots than the classic sheepskin style that most people imagine. They have a range of styles for boys and girls, from biker boots to chelsea boots. Here is my pick of my favourite winter Ugg boots for happy little feet.
Putting a bit of a twist on the classic tan Uggs. I love the bow detailing to the back which adds that little girly element. They are fully sheepskin lined which is perfect for keeping little feet warm, and will look great with skinny jeans. Starting at £100
The perfect biker boot for your little rock chick. They are very similar to the Ugg boots I have. They have a check lining with a sheepskin insole. A bit more hardwearing than the standard Ugg boots with a rubber sole, they would look great with thick tights or skinny jeans. £59.99 which I think is a great price!
Boots with my little man in mind now (although I think these boots would suit a boy or a girl!) These super stylish chelsea boots have a bit of a rugged feel to them, and would look amazing with jeans and a checked shirt, or a large knitted jumper. £70
The black leather boots have a bit more of a dressy feel about them and would be perfect for Christmas parties. The oiled suede makes them rugged enough to mess about in outside too, and the zip fastening makes them easy to slip on and go. £70
That's my pick of the best winter Ugg boots to see you through the colder weather. Which is your favourite? Let me know in the comments!
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