If your stuck-in-the-1990s heart has been dreaming of owning a pair of combat boots for as long as you can remember, keep reading because your wish may finally come true. When you think of chunky boots, the first name that comes to mind will always be Dr. Martens and their world-famous lace-ups. The classic style screams pre-2000s grunge and they remain a cult-favorite—and you can get them at a discounted price this month: Dr. Martens is on sale until December 31 on Traffic Footwear's website!
Every pair of Dr. Martens shoes we spotted on Traffic's website is available for P2,000 off—yup, every last one of them. That includes Dr. Martens' famous combat boots as well as other styles like sandals, loafers, and creepers, all of which are decked out in the brand's signature heavy-duty aesthetic and leather finish. We even spotted pairs from popular Dr. Martens collections like their Hello Kitty line and their colorful Pride shoes. You'll want to browse through every style and silhouette on the website, so you can pick out the pair best suited for you. Better hit "add to cart" before the shoes on your wish list go out of stock!
Check out some of the styles you can shop:
You can shop the Dr. Martens sale on Traffic Footwear's website.
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Nostalgic over all things '90s-related? Check out these old-school sitcoms from that beloved era. They can all be streamed online right now, so you can relive the good old days ASAP.
Where to stream: Amazon Prime
Psychiatrist Frasier Crane leaves Boston (a.k.a. the set of Cheers) and returns to Seattle, his hometown, to get a fresh start in life. He shares his wisdom and gives advice on his radio talk show, and while he helps people get their life together, he also has his own issues with his retired father, younger brother Niles, and producer Roz. Semi-functional family relationships and witty barbs that make you think? Yes, please.
The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air (1990-1996)
Where to stream: Netflix
Actor Will Smith plays a fictionalized version of himself named, well, Will Smith in this sitcom. The street-smart Will moves into his uncle Phil (James Avery) and aunt Vivian Banks’ (Janet Hubert-Whitten) posh Bel Air mansion after he gets involved in a brawl in West Philadelphia. Take the upper class Banks family—which includes his cousins Hilary (Karyn Parsons), Carlton (Alfonso Ribeiro), and Ashley (Tatyana M. Ali)—and add the working class Will to the mix and you end up with a pretty fun take on the differences between the haves and the have-nots. Fun fact: The title comes from Smith’s rapper name The Fresh Prince.
Where to stream: Amazon Prime
Sometimes, you just want a funny and relatable show without the seriousness and structure of a plot. Seinfeld is a sitcom that’s about nothing and everything all at once, with episodes centering around the mediocre events of daily life injected with the comedy of stand-up comic Jerry Seinfeld (played by Jerry Seinfeld, natch).
This story originally appeared on Spot.ph.
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