If you came of age in the ’90s, chances are decent you owned a pair of Dr. Martens (even if you didn’t, you remember the trend). The brand’s sandals, boots, and mary janes seemed to fit just about every dress code—whether you rocked the grunge look, listening to Nirvana, or worshiped Clueless’ Cher Horowitz, preferring then-schoolgirl Britney Spears.
Flash forward to 2011, the footwear company just launched a clothing line for men and women.
The collection has a relaxed vibe, and includes shirtdresses, T-shirts, and button downs with lots of gingham, stripes, and, of course, plaid.
To shop the collection in person, stop by the Dr. Martens store on Second Avenue. Did you know there is a Dr. Martens on Second Ave? It’s on an odd block for retail, though it does feel appropriate to the grunge years. At any rate, the shop just received its first shipment; you can also check it out on the Doc website.