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Dr Martens boots gets Swarovski treatment for holiday season

Andrea Divirgilio / November 5, 2011

Dr. Martens boot gets a crystal look

With the holiday season round the corner, luxury brands and stores are enticing the elite shoppers with limited edition offerings. And, one of the popular trends this season is blinged-up luxury items especially st Selfridges and Harrods, both of which have launched crystal collection for Christmas. Earlier we had told you about the ultimate Swarovski dress featured in Crystal Christmas collection at Harrods, and now Selfridges have put-up the blinged-up boot collection by Dr. Martens designed in collaboration with Swarovski.

Dr. Martens along with Swarovski is all set to launch their collection

The collection consists of six shoes namely; crystal 10 eye boots, crystal 5 zita boots, crystal 6 zita boots, crystal 3 eye toe cap shoe and crystal 3 eye shoe. The Swarovski Elements collection consist of shoes for both men and women, especially ones that resemble the 80s punk era and 90s grunge period. Each shoe is adorned with sparkling Swarovski’s diamond cut stones. These crystals are intricately applied by hand on the base of glossy leather that makes the crystal shine even more.

Two out of six shoes are for girls who love the spiky looks as the boots are heeled lace up with stunning crystal all over. Rest four pair are typical combat shoes in black with crystal bedazzlement on it. The limited edition Swarovski Elements collection is available at Selfridges in London and will soon be available at Dr. Martens stores. Each shoe will be housed in a unique shoebox along with a special tissue paper to wipe it out. The box will be placed in a beautifully carved shoe bag. The costs range from $215 for the 3 eye toe cap shoe to $655 for the 10 eye boot with all over crystals.

Swarovski-studded rain boots from Aigle

Earlier we have also told you about the Swarovski studded rain boots from Aigle that were launched in their autumn and winter 2009-2010 collections. The boots had satin and crocodile finish and were retailed at $419 per pair.

Via: Selfridge/Global Grind

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