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Dott. Martens boots are a fashion staple for many.

But they don’t come cheapcosting around £89 for a pair of black ankle boots.

A fashion fan has come up with an ingenious way to get a pair of DMs dupe shoes for a fraction of the price

A fashion fan has come up with an ingenious way to get a pair of DMs dupe shoes for a fraction of the priceCredito: @user7548499843936/Tiktok

tuttavia, one fashion fan has come up with a brilliant hack to get the DMs look for just a fraction of the price.

The woman took to TikTok to share the clever idea, which saw her take a pair of £18 rubber-soled platforms from Tu at Sainsbury’s, and a yellow highlighter pen.

She then used the pen to colour in the white stitching on the solesgiving the appearance of DMs, which famously have yellow stitching.

Once finished, the shoes were a perfect DMs dupe.

After watching the video, viewers took to the comments section to praise the woman for the hack.

“Genio!” una persona ha scritto, while another person commented: “I did not pay £189 for my docs for y’all to be doing this!”

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Others suggested that despite the hack working from a distance, the shoes will not last in the way that DMs do.

You’ll know when they only last 6 months and not 16 years like actual docs do! worth every penny!!!” someone wrote.

Side of the sole is a big giveaway and they’ll probably start to fail yrs before a Marten would,” another agreed. “Don’t be a cheap-skate; just buy originals.

entirely respecting the effortbut not totally sure you’ll get away with this,” another person commented. “They’re cute though.

She used a highlighter to colour in the stitching on a pair of £18 shoes from Sainsburys

She used a highlighter to colour in the stitching on a pair of £18 shoes from SainsburysCredito: @user7548499843936/Tiktok
The shoes looked fantastic when she'd finished with them

The shoes looked fantastic when she’d finished with themCredito: @user7548499843936/Tiktok

A third person wrote: “I used to work at dr martens and only people who know the shoes really well and the stitching pattern will know but probs nobody else.

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