I thought I’d bring you my first Mother and Son combo of the year with Aigle wellies. After all who can resist a good pair of snug waterproof boots in this weather!
The colour of our boots may be different, but the designs are exactly the same making them perfect for a matching outfit blog post.
You could of course go that step further and get matching colours if so so wish. But I always have a preference for plain basic colours for myself, and something bright for Little London- although the rest of our outfits were kept suitably neutral in good old black. After all black goes with everything right 😉
The wellies were perfect on our little trip to the countryside with the dogs, who definitely deserved a good lengthy walk in some mud strewn fields.
^^ Little London’s Jumper and leggings from dab and blyton.
The problem with Britain is that even on the Winter days where it’s not been raining, the ground is still sodden and damp, meaning that wellies do become a staple item in your wardrobe.
In fact they’ve become such a staple in my Son’s life that he really hasn’t worn anything other than welly boots this entire season!
So what’s the difference I hear you ask?
Let’s be honest, there’s something a bit cold about a traditional welly. They do the job and they’re great for the other seasons, but there is that flinching moment when you slide your foot into one in the Winter (unless you’re wearing layer upon layer of socks meaning the boot becomes a bit too tight for comfort).
So these fur-lined boots take away that discomfort without the need for huge thick socks, meaning overall the wearing process is much more comfortable.
Plus the boots are temperature controlled with the insulation, so thick socks really aren’t needed!
As a brand, when you buy an Aigle boot you are buying into a tradition. A tradition where craftsmanship is at the forefront of the production process. Each boot is hand crafted and therefore is made to a high quality and the attention to detail is paramount.
In fact you can see that close up these boots are something special- and if they keep the mud off my Son (where possible) that makes them even more special.
Shame I couldn’t get any for the dogs!
(Disclosure: PR Samples)