Dr Martens were originally a traditional, utilitarian boot designed for workers and gardeners; with sturdy soles and a solid construct, Dr Martens were practical and initially considered as a crucial piece of uniform. However, the distinctive style and individuality of Dr Martens soon caught the eye of the fashion pack, and suddenly became one of the most iconic pairs of shoes available.
Whilst usually perceived as a symbol of edgy grunge, Dr Martens are effortlessly versatile and can add some serious British flair to any outfit…
Glamour and Grunge
Pair your Dr Martens Lamper Boots with the American Vintage Beaumont Dress to combine street style with glamour; we like to throw a soft leather jacket over the top to beat the chill, and the Paul & Joe Sister Cabriolet Jacket is a must have. Finish your look with the Grafea Duffy Baby Backpack – an adorable leather backpack which can fit all your daily essentials inside.
Dr Martens aren’t just for boot lovers: the Dr Martens Aila Skull Leather Shoes are ideal for relaxed everyday style. Wear these cute ivory lace-ups with Maison Scotch High Waisted Jeans and a slouchy Gestuz Retro Turtleneck Jumper; don’t forget the accessories – we love the traditional style of the Daniel Wellington Classic St Mawes Watch and the luxury of the Vero Moda Herlin Necklace.
Combine a slouchy tee with leather culottes for the epitome of casual style. Tuck the American Vintage Ireland V-Neck Top into your Gestuz Coco Pants for a slouchy silhouette; a Maison Scotch Sateen Bomber in deep khaki is the perfect accompaniment to the preppy style of the Dr Martens Adrian Tassel Loafers.