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Celebrities love the Ugg Classic Ultra Mini Platform Boots

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Is celebrity love for Uggs hitting an all-time high?

Stars such as Gigi Hadid, Keke Palmer and Elsa Hosk all recently stepped out in the brand’s new Classic Ultra Mini Platform Boots ($150), a 2-inch platform version of the signature sheepskin boot. UGG.

Hadid dressed her in a set of blue loungewear for the Sept. 13 opening of her pop-up Guest in Residence store in New York City, while Palmer wore an identical brown pair with her all-denim look the next day.

While the two stars opted to let the style shine on its own, it’s also a breeze to dress up with white socks – as Bella Hadid proved by styling hers with mid socks. -calf and a leather jacket on a Monday date.

Elsa Hosk also swapped high-fashion heels for high-end Uggs during New York Fashion Week, pairing the leg-lengthening style with an Einer cashmere cardigan ($348) and midi skirt ($298). $).

Elsa Hosk wears a gray outfit and Uggs in New York
Elsa Hosk paired her platform Uggs with a lightweight sweater and skirt ensemble.
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Although countless celebrities have preferred Ugg slippers and boots over the years, it seems the platform version is highest on the stars’ shopping lists these days.

As well as these famous ladies’ favorite low-rise chestnut pair, the ‘It’ shoe comes in black and olive. There is also a slightly taller version, the Classic Mini Platform Boots, also available in pink and matte white.

Below, upgrade your footwear for fall with these celebrity-approved Uggs.

Chestnut Ugg Platform Boot

A pair of low platform black Uggs

A pair of brown wedge Uggs

A pair of black platform Uggs

A pair of forest green platform Uggs


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