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How to Wear Classic Femme With Linh Niller – This is UGG

This season, we interviewed some of Instagram’s most fashionable influencers about style, their wardrobe must-haves, and how they plan to wear our Classic Femme Collection. Meet Linh Niller.  

 

How would you describe your style? 

My style is a combination of minimal and sporty, mixing feminine and masculine elements.

What does your style say about you? 

My style speaks to my desire to be comfortable yet incorporate a sense of sophistication and simplicity.

How do you express your individuality? 

I express my individuality through my clothes. It has always been an outlet of creativity and expression since as far as I can remember.

Whose style inspires you? 

The men and women of NYC. More specifically, Julie Pelipas, Teddy Santis, Eugene Tong.

Living in New York, what are your wardrobe must-haves? 

A leather jacket, black jeans, and a proper wool coat.

How has New York influenced how you dress? 

New York has given me the freedom to experiment and find my true aesthetic. I’m constantly inspired by how other women and men dress. My style has become more polished and elevated while still keeping the simplicity of basics.

Share your first or favorite memory wearing UGG.

My first and favorite memory wearing UGG was on a road trip to the mountains during the winter a few years ago. Watching the snow fall while staying cozy and warm inside a cottage with the fireplace on. It was perfect!

What’s your favorite silhouette from our Classic Femme Collection, and why?

My favorite silhouette from the Classic Femme Collection is the Classic Femme Short Boot. It’s the perfect height to pair with jeans or flowy dresses. It transitions easily from season to season, which is very important to me.

How do you plan to wear it this season?

As we transition from summer to fall, I plan to wear it with a floral dress and jean jacket. For the rest of fall, I will pair it with straight leg jeans, a tee, and a coat.

Describe Classic Femme in three words.

Timeless, utilitarian, and feminine.