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Uggs are back! Generation Z spark clever ‘eco-conscioushack to update their old ‘millennialboots into mini versions by hacking off the top and sewing a new seam

  • Generation Z are bringing back the classic Ugg, and in true 2022 style the eco-conscious trendsetters are doing it by recycling their old tall boots
  • The controversial footwear, famously seen teamed with Juicy Couture tracksuits by millennial celebrities including Britney Spears in the nineties and noughties,
  • Ditching the traditional knee-high version, leggy models Kendall Jenner and Kaia Gerber have been spotted rocking the ankle-high version of the boot
  • A new TikTok hack has made the trend accessible to those who own the old versionby hacking off the top of her boots and stitching them up
  • Generation Z are bringing back the classic Ugg, and in true 2022 style the eco-conscious trendsetters are doing it by recycling their old tall boots.

    The controversial footwear, famously seen teamed with Juicy Couture tracksuits by millennial celebrities including 브리트니 스피어스킴 카다시안 in the nineties and noughties, are making a come-back.

    Ditching the traditional knee-high version, leggy models 켄달 제너카이아 거버 have been spotted rocking the ankle-high version of the boot with their loungewear.

    And now a new TikTok hack has made the trend accessible to those who own the old versionsparked by American user Emily Keen, a thrifty medical student who took matters into her own hands by hacking off the top of her boots and stitching them up – 쌓기 4.4 million views and counting.

    American user Emily Keen went viral online by hacking off the top of her boots and stitching them up - 쌓기 4.4 백만 뷰

    American user Emily Keen went viral online by hacking off the top of her boots and stitching them up – 쌓기 4.4 백만 뷰

    Taking to her account , she shared the 14 second clip entitled: 'When you didn't get mini Uggs for Christmas so have to take matters into your own hands'

    Taking to her account , she shared the 14 second clip entitled: ‘When you didn’t get mini Uggs for Christmas so have to take matters into your own hands

    Taking to her 계정, she shared the 14 second clip entitled: ‘When you didn’t get mini Uggs for Christmas so have to take matters into your own hands’.

    The clever video shows Emily presenting her classic tall Uggs, before cutting the top off just over ankle height.

    She then cuts off the original piping and uses a needle and thread to sew over the open seam of the transformed boots.

    Emily later shared a video as she wore the boots along with ankle warmers, proving they looked as good as new.

    The new TikTok hack has made the trend accessible to those who own the old version

    The new TikTok hack has made the trend accessible to those who own the old version

    The clever video shows Emily presenting her classic tall Uggs, before cutting the top off just over ankle height.

    The clever video shows Emily presenting her classic tall Uggs, before cutting the top off just over ankle height.

    In a video answering the influx of questions from impressed users, Emily confirmed the boots were real Uggs, and revealed she found them in a thrift store so they were 'old and beat-up' already

    In a video answering the influx of questions from impressed users, Emily confirmed the boots were real Uggs, and revealed she found them in a thrift store so they were ‘old and beat-upalready

    And the video racked up millions of views from followers praising her for saving the environmentand her money.

    하나는 썼다: ‘This is sustainable and they look so good! You could literally get paid to do this for people’.

    다른 추가: ‘Reduce, reuse, recycle!’, while one wrote: ‘Oh my god I need to know how you sewed the top’.

    But others were more tentative in their reaction, with one asking: ‘Why are these coming back, god why?’.

    또 다른 말: ‘But what if the long ones are in style next Christmas?’.

    In a video answering the influx of questions from impressed users, Emily confirmed the boots were real Uggs, and revealed she found them in a thrift store so they were ‘old and beat-upalready.

    And the video racked up millions of views from followers praising her for saving the environment - and her money

    And the video racked up millions of views from followers praising her for saving the environmentand her money

    다른 추가: 'Reduce, reuse, recycle!', while one wrote: 'Oh my god I need to know how you sewed the top'

    다른 추가: ‘Reduce, reuse, recycle!’, while one wrote: ‘Oh my god I need to know how you sewed the top

    But others were more tentative in their reaction, with one asking: 'Why are these coming back, god why?'

    But others were more tentative in their reaction, with one asking: ‘Why are these coming back, god why?’

    Emily later shared a video as she wore the boots along with ankle warmers, proving they looked as good as new

    Emily later shared a video as she wore the boots along with ankle warmers, proving they looked as good as new

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