OOTD: Rainbow Skirt & Dr Martens Leonore Chelsea Boots

Dr Martens boots shown in this post were gifted

I think it's time to accept that summer is behind us now. Out go the sandals, and in come the ankle boots. And thanks to Dr Martens, I'm going to have super cosy feet all winter with these Leonore Chelsea Boots.

They have everything you expect from Dr Martens boots: that iconic thick sole, the yellow stitching and the trademark loop at the back. Only these boots have a little extra something- they're lined with soft faux fur. Honestly, it feels like you're sliding your foot into a cloud! 

To my delight, they were comfortable fresh out of the box. I suspect the faux fur lining is what makes them more gentle on the feet than I expected for brand new Dr Martens. They felt fairly light too, thanks to the Chelsea Boots style, which is a little more delicate than the classic boots. They still made me feel powerful though, stomping around like a dinosaur which, to be honest, is the main reason people buy DMs, right? 

Funnily enough, the day before I received the email from the Dr Martens team, I'd seen someone in the high street wearing a really pretty dress with a pair of DMs. I loved how cute it looked teaming the chunky boots with such a feminine dress, so I thought I'd try something similar here. There was only one option: my Black Milk Rainbow Ice Cream Skirt. Since it was a cool day, I teamed it with a plain black t-shirt and leggings to keep me cosy. 

I can't wait until the weather heats up and I can wear my DMs with delicate sundresses. In the meantime, they'll definitely be my go-to throughout the winter.

Thank you Dr Martens for gifting these boots. All words and opinions are my own. 

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1 comment :

  1. That skirt on you is perfection!


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