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Does anyone own the Dr Martens Serena boots?

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ThisPasadenaHomemaker Tue 29-Nov-16 09:14:09

They're the classic shape ones but fur lined.

Just back from school run with frozen toes and my fake converse aren't cutting it for winter blush.

Can anyone tell me about these, are they comfy? True to size?

And most importantly, should I get the black or the cherry ones?!

TheRavensFeather Tue 29-Nov-16 09:16:01

Yes! I have them and so does my girlfriend!
She got hers in TK MAXX a few weeks ago for £55.

They are so comfy and warm. I'm a 6 and 6 fits great. They are snug at first because of the lining.

I like my black because I can wear them with everything.

ThisPasadenaHomemaker Tue 29-Nov-16 09:18:56

Cheers Ravens!

I'm leaning towards black for practicality but the red ones are so pretty. Plus I wear mostly black clothing and feel the red ones might look a bit more contrast-y. Iyswim grin.

PNGirl Tue 29-Nov-16 10:55:25

They had a pair in brown in my TK Maxx on Saturday but only size 3 sadly!

I'm not a fan of the matching red fur in the red Serena.

ThisPasadenaHomemaker Tue 29-Nov-16 18:51:57

The ones I was looking at had white fur PNgirl. Academic now as I can't find them in the red anywhere online.

Have just bought these bad boys instead. Went for no fur as they'll be more wearable all year round that way.

redannie118 Tue 29-Nov-16 18:59:38

I have these bought mainly because they have fab grips, are super comfy and lovely and warm ! I have really bad circulation problem in my feet (Raynauds )and usually need about 4 pairs of socks in boots, but have only needed one pair of thermal socks with these. I'm a seven and bought a seven and have them in black ( they look fabulous with leggings / skinny jeans btw) but look lustre fine under boot cuts or trews too. Mine cost 120 quid but worth every penny and should last forever !

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