Sunday, 1 November 2015

Dr. Martens Store Edit

Eternal Sunday Dr Martens Norwich
Last weekend I was invited down to the Dr. Martens store in my home town of Norwich to edit their 'Back to College' collection. I haven't previously owned a pair of Dr. Martens, but friends rave about the comfort of their shoes (read: once you have worn them in) so I was super excited to head down and check out the selection.

Dr Martens Store Norwich
Dr Martens Store Norwich
Doc's are an iconic British-made staple of any wardrobe, and the store itself is full of the trademark Dr Martens character, and it's influential history within pop culture is plastered all over the walls...Literally. 

Although drawn in by the many prints and metallics (oh - the metallics were amazing) I thought as it was my first Dr. Martins experience, I would opt for a shoe that was classic in colour and wearable for the winter months. After much decision making (I'm the most indecisive person) I decided to go for the Emmeline Boots. I love the military styling, but they are also quite a feminine cut - perfect for my daily styling - and the ankle height is spot on. A great introduction to the brand. I stuck to my guns and picked up a black pair, even though the burgundy were pretty hard to resist.

Dr Martens Black Emmeline Boots
Emmeline Boots Docs
But of course, now that you know I can't make decisions, I did end up picking up another pair! These Python beauties got 3 compliments whilst they were on my feet in store - so that was enough to warrant taking them home, right? I was missing a statement shoe in my wardrobe, something to add a bit of versatility into my daily wardrobe, and the subtle snakeskin texture won me over! 

Eternal Sunday Snakeskin Docs
Thank you to Yasmin, Grace and Craig who helped me out whilst deliberating in store, and to Dr. Martens for inviting me down and gifting me the Emmeline Boots! They'll be popping up in a post soon! 

Eternal Sunday Norwich



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