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With Spring on the horizon, it can be easy to want to do an entire wardrobe revamp. Toss aside those baggy winter sweaters, kick off those UGGs and head to the mall with credit card in hand. This Spring, instead of investing in an entire wardrobe, a few key pieces are all you need.

I’ve teamed up with Union Jack Boots for the 2016 Spring Campaign to bring you some outfit ideas for this season. Recently, we’ve seen the revival of the classic 90s grunge staple – Dr. Martens. I’m going to show you how to style the Pascal Boot by Dr. Martens three different ways for Spring.

Keep it Simple

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This first look is perfect for a relaxed day out, whether that be running errands, shopping or catching brunch with some friends. I’ve paired some coloured skinnies (army green is so in for Spring!) with a fun tank top, denim vest and of course, our Doc Martens. I’ve added a blush pink scarf to compliment the shade of the jeans and also add that pastel Spring pop.

All Black Everything

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This monochromatic look is perfect for date night, drinks at the bar or attending a more upscale event like an art opening. I love the femininity of the full skirt, paired with black tights and our Doc Martens. The crop top adds a hint of skin without being trashy, and the monochromatic look takes what could be something more casual and adds a chic flare.

All That Glitters

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This last look takes it up a notch. This is a great way to do “dressed up” for those that are scared of dresses and heels. The high-waisted black shorts with gold belt are subtle, but chic and allow the gold sequin top to take centre stage. Paired with a crisp white blazer and a pop of colour from the clutch, grab your Pascal boots and you’re set for a night on the town.

As you can see, its easy to pair the same shoes with multiple outfits and have three completely different looks, suitable for numerous occasions. Fashion is about getting creative and seeing pieces in different ways. With these Pascal boots, the possibilities are endless for looks you could create for Spring.

Which look is your favourite?

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Written by Tracey