Classic Doc Marten shoes defy the trends

Bonita High School senior Savannah Nicholas models her favorite pair of Doc Martens that go perfectly with any outfit. Doc Martens started off as a reliable and durable work shoe in the mid 1900s, now has evolved into a fashion statement and identity. / photo by Casi Martinez
Bonita High School senior Savannah Nicholas models her favorite pair of Doc Martens that go perfectly with any outfit. Doc Martens started off as a reliable and durable work shoe in the mid 1900s, now has evolved into a fashion statement and identity. / photo by Casi Martinez
Senior photography major Natalie Medrano shows off just a small sample of her Doc Marten collection while wearing her favorite pair. Doc Martens fashion has evolved from work wear to street wear within the past few decades. / photo by Casi Martinez
Senior photography major Natalie Medrano shows off just a small sample of her Doc Marten collection while wearing her favorite pair. Doc Martens fashion has evolved from work wear to street wear within the past few decades. / photo by Casi Martinez

Casi Martinez, a senior photography major, is a staff photographer for the Campus Times and photography editor of La Verne Magazine.

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