HR Doctor Martens boots They are famous for being one of the most resistant and durable shoes on the market, as well as for having contributed in a decisive way to shaping the look of stars of punk, rock and grunge music. Surely there are many of you who have been wanting to buy a pair for a long time, but in the end you always end up opting for a more formal footwear for fear of not knowing how to combine them. Well, in this note we tell you how to wear them both with straight pants and with skinny pants.
If your closet abounds with Straight pantsTake your Doctor Martens and place the laces in such a way that the upper holes are free. This will give the boots an extra width that we will use to put the pants inside the boot. And the fact is that a basic rule (although not everyone complies with it) is that you should never cover the top of your Docs, for two reasons; firstly because they cost a lot and we have to make sure we wear them well and secondly, because it is very tacky when the pants fall on the boot.
If you do not want to put all the pants inside the boot, there is a variant that consists of taking out all the fabric except the part of the tongue. In this way, the entire front of the boot will remain in view, although we will obtain a more formal look, if that is what we are looking for.
I skinny pants
Those of you who regularly wear skinny pants, you will have it much easier to combine your Doctor Martens boots, since the possibilities multiply. We can take them with the upper holes of the laces free (recommended for those who have 50/50 of straight and skinny pants in their closet) and put the pants inside.
We can also tie them up and get a military-style look. In this case, with the pants we can do two things, leave it inside or lean towards the classic way, that is, rolling the pants over the boot, ideal if you want to achieve a vintage look.
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