It’s that crazy holiday season, when we’re all busy shopping for gifts, attending/hosting holiday parties, decorating, baking, and sending out cards . . . Phew! I’ll keep this one short because who has time to read long blog entries (and, frankly, I don’t have time to write long blog entries).
If you’re looking to treat yourself (or to treat that woman who does it all) to a cozy pair of Uggs, here’s a great money saving tip that I learned from my friend Analis. Buy the kid’s size equivalent. For example, on Zappos, the Ugg Dakota slipper costs $70 for the kids’ version and $100 for the women’s version of the exact same shoe. Just Google a kids’/women’s shoe conversion chart to figure out the kids’ equivalent of the adult shoe size.
This trick works for many of the high-end casual shoes, winter boots, and outdoors and hiking brands. Just don’t buy her pink light-up Elsa sneakers, or you’ll end up sleeping under the tree. Happy holidays, everyone!