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Snap Poll: Would You Wear UGGs to Your Wedding if They Were White and Sparkly?

There are not a lot of wearable things that I am truly and completely adverse to. Even if something is not really my style, I can usually appreciate it on someone else—I have a pretty Dr Seuss à la The Sneetches attitude about things ("Sneetches are Sneetches. And no kind of Sneetch is the best on the beaches!") because it would be really boring if everyone liked the exact same stuff. But I'm just not sure I can fully endorse these UGG wedding boots, featured on The Huffington Post.

I'm getting married next October and I totally get the idea of wanting to be comfortable at the reception. Although I plan to power though my own five hour event in six inch heels (just look at them though—it's worth it) fueled by nothing but adrenaline and canapes, I don't expect my fellow brides to follow suit. Actually, the saner, not-planning-a-wedding part of me advises against wearing crazy heels. But fleece-lined puffy boots? Unless you're getting married in Alaska, wearing a white snow suit, I'm not so sure they work.

Pushing aside the fact that it is a very pivotal moment in your life worth dressing up for, please consider the photographs. A lot will be taken. Also, forgoing the Uggs doesn't necessarily mean you have to wear pumps either—as the article mentions, there are plenty of other flat shoe options out there, including a special line by TOMS. (Or, you know, ballet flats. Seriously, just wear ballet flats.)

Disagree? I'm open to your arguments and willing to keep an open mind. After all, Uggs are the most comfortable shoes on the face of the earth. There's no denying that. Let me know what you think in the comments section!

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