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UGG Blames Sales Drop on the Weather, Is Still Kicking

Holiday editions, via <a href=",default,sc.html">UGG</a>
Holiday editions, via UGG

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Cool your jets Andre Leon Talley: UGG reports that the company is doing just fine despite the dip in sales that warmer-than-usual weather brought with it.

Likewise, the financial analyst that began to sing the brand's swan song in early November, which prompted the internet to wonder what a world without monolithic footwear would look like, is changing his tune. He told WWD, "For 2013, they're refocusing on new derivatives of classics that the retailers I've spoken to really like. That will be very positive. They can grow the classics business if they think how they can reinvent it."

Or rather, the company bedazzled some UGGs with multicolored sequins, like a sparkly middle finger to naysayers right in time for the holidays.
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