Four ways with Dr Martens shoes

Sunday Star-Times - Sunday Magazine - - STYLE & LIFE - Model Aroha from N Model Man­age­ment ment Styling Karlya Smith Pho­tos Belinda Mer­rie Pho­tog­ra­pher’s As­sis­tant Tay­lor Prichard­hard Hair Makeup So­phy Phillips Worn through­out: 1461 3 Eye shoes, $279 from Platy­pus

I’m a long timee fan of Dr Martens shoes. hoes. I first wore them aged 13,, when they be­came the shoe oe to wear with my uni­form at high school. Por­ing over thee Shellys London catalogue, gue, I ul­ti­mately de­cided to get the same e style every­one else had, which were not t dis­sim­i­lar to the pair here. Once they had moulded oulded com­fort­ably to my feet, I wore them m on the week­ends, too. While I might chooseose a more out­ra­geous colour these days,ys, the black 3 Eye shoe re­mains a clas­s­icc with an edge. What’s more, Dr Martenss come in a wide range of sizes, in­clud­ing for those whose feet might not get a look ook in with other fash­ion­able footwear. Look 1: Sh­jark Stu­dio shirt, $239 Karen Walker Cor­sair pants, $425 Homage earrings, $129 Look 2: Ruby Zelda blazer, $299 Sh­jark striped col­umn T-shirt, $159 9 Ruby Zelda crop trouser, $199 Witch­ery earrings $45 Deadly Ponies com­pen­dium, $415 Nom*D socks, $28 Look 3: Kate Sylvester Brana Maxi dress, $599599 Homage earrings, $89 Look 4: Kow­tow Just Love shirt, $199 Sh­jark Marl­boro jeans, $359 Jas­min Spar­row Belle earrings, $2999 Karen Walker Eyewear Buc­ca­neer sun­glasses, $349

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