I Don’t Wanna Dance

We all appreciate a little authentic heritage when it comes to brands and fashion styles, music has definitely always been a quintessential factor in defining looks. Modern day punk rock style carries elements from various former subcultures, with the example being original Dr. Martens boots. Developed as a comfortable work boot, its iconic appearance travelled through the punk era, along through ska, glam rock, two tone, psychobilly, emo and early goth youth cultures. The bands that fronted these music genres championed the working class style using fashion as a symbol of their common class pride and rebellious attitude. T-shirts from these bands remain coveted fashion items to this day, you can never go wrong with a classic Ramones logo tee (unless you never listen to their music) As seen rocked by her in black with white logo with this rock chick schoolgirl outfit worn with a mustard plaid skirt, glen plaid blazer and overknee socks. Flanked by his mod rock ‘n’ roll ensemble, featuring a denim sleeveless jacket and tweed gilet over a checkered shirt and grey skinny jeans. And for any steep stroll, twinning in classic 1460 Dr. Martens boots.

His ensemble

Shirt: Ben Sherman // Waistcoat: River Island // Sleeveless Denim Jacket: Topman // Jeans: Asos // Boots: Dr. Martens // Watch: Casio

Her ensemble

Blazer: Mango // Skirt: H&M // Hat: Episode // T-Shirt: Large // Boots: Dr. Martens // Bag: Calvin Klein Jeans


I Don’t Wanna Dance – COIN

Intense ensembles worn by an intense ensemble