What’s in the new Dr. Martens iridescent collection?

Posted: 21 June 2019 11:13 am News

Dr. Martens pink iridescent Creepers

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See the festival-worthy line that's giving us total mermaid vibes.

Sturdy, comfortable and edgy, cult-favourite footwear label Dr. Martens stocks some truly perfect shoe options when it comes to your festival outfit. And now the brand may have dropped some of its best options yet, with the debut of a pastel iridescent line that we need in our lives immediately.

The Molly Boot

First up from the collection is the Molly Iridescent Boot. Made from two-tone pink iridescent scales, the attention-demanding kicks will have you catching the light with every step. The boots feature the usual chunky Quad Retro platform, making them a super durable option when dancing the day away. Adding to their totally extra vibe, the boots also feature oversized eyelets and metallic laces.

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The 1460 Pascal boot

Next, we have the classic Dr. Martens 1460 Pascal boot silhouette decked out in a rainbow metallic effect in a geometric print. The new 1460s come in both pink iridescent and blue iridescent colourways, so that you can choose just how show-stopping you want your look to be. The Docs feature the yellow welt stitching and heel loop that the brand is famous for, and round out the design with some funky flecked laces and brushed silver eyelets.

Dr Martens holographic blue boots

The Holly Shoe

Finally, the pastel pink low-top Holly Shoe rounds out the iridescent line. Arriving with the signature tall Quad Retro sole, the design is reimagined in the same two-tone iridescent scaling of the two boot designs. The Hollys also feature metallic lacing and brushed silver eyelets.

Dr. Martens pink iridescent Molly

When and where can you shop the line?

The iridescent line is already available for sale on the UK site, which means that a drop onto the Aussie site can't be far behind. If you are looking for a festival shoe to shop right now, Dr. Martens has also just released a pastel punk line with Lazy Oaf that is already available online.

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