Heidi Klum Channeled Berlin Style in These Dr. Martens Boots

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first_imgSponsored content. Us Weekly receives compensation for this article as well as for purchases made when you click on a link and buy something below.When you travel or visit a new place, sometimes you dress to fit your surroundings. You don’t have to completely change your wardrobe, it’s just always fun to channel the vibes of wherever you may be.- Advertisement – – Advertisement – Get the Dr. Martens Sinclair Quad Retro with free shipping for $200, available from Zappos!Let’s get one thing straight: Dr. Martens are notoriously hard boots to break in. It’s a known fact, but we can safely assure you that they will end up being some of the comfortable footwear on your shoe rack. You will want to wear them every day — not just because of how soft they will become, but because of their impressive versatility.These boots truly go with any ensemble — from flirty romantic dresses to edgy ripped jeans. They effortlessly add punk flair to whatever outfit you pair them with, and clashing different styles is a lot easier with boots like these Dr. Martens. Not only are they instantly iconic, they have the Heidi Klum seal of approval. It’s officially time to strut like a supermodel!See it: Get the Dr. Martens Sinclair Quad Retro with free shipping for $200, available from Zappos!Not what you’re looking for? Check out more shoe styles from Dr. Martens and shop all of the boots and booties available from Zappos!Check out more of our picks and deals here!This post is brought to you by Us Weekly’s Shop With Us team. The Shop With Us team aims to highlight products and services our readers might find interesting and useful, such as face masks, self tanners, Lululemon-style leggings and all the best gifts for everyone in your life. Product and service selection, however, is in no way intended to constitute an endorsement by either Us Weekly or of any celebrity mentioned in the post.The Shop With Us team may receive products free of charge from manufacturers to test. In addition, Us Weekly receives compensation from the manufacturer of the products we write about when you click on a link and then purchase the product featured in an article. This does not drive our decision as to whether or not a product or service is featured or recommended. Shop With Us operates independently from advertising sales team. We welcome your feedback at [email protected] Happy shopping! The former Victoria’s Secret Angel spent the day shopping in Berlin clad in an all-black look (including a protective face mask), which was rounded off with these Dr. Martens boots. They’re a fresh take on the brand’s classic combat boots which have been wildly popular for decades. While we’ve seen this chunky platform in the past, what sets these boots apart is their interesting closure!Instead of the traditional lace-up style, these boots have a zipper in the front where the tongue usually is. There’s still some lace-up detailing in the grommets, but no functional laces running across the upper portion. As a lot of shoppers are proven fans of the platform version, these boots are an excellent way to upgrade the look even more!Dr. Martens Sinclair Quad RetroDr. Martens Sinclair Quad Retro ZapposSee it!- Advertisement – Heidi Klum did exactly that on a recent trip to her native Germany. The capital city of Berlin has a very specific and minimalist style — it’s grungy and polished at the same time. The Making the Cut star fit right in with that aesthetic as she hit the town in these chunky Dr. Martens boots!Dr. Martens Sinclair Quad RetroDr. Martens Sinclair Quad Retro ZapposSee it!Get the Dr. Martens Sinclair Quad Retro with free shipping for $200, available from Zappos!- Advertisement –last_img read more

Boys soccer Lakers take 3-1 defeat to Westhill

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first_img Tags: boys soccerCazenoviaChittenango And even with heavy graduation losses, the Warriors remain the standard, as it demonstrated to the Lakers by controlling long stretches of the game and patiently waiting to convert its many opportunities.Most of all, Westhill didn’t get rattled when, less than a minute after Rusden Bryant scored to give the Warriors a 1-0 edge, Spires took the ball at midfield, tore through several defenders and then fired a hard shot from the right that Westhill goalie Ian Prebish had no chance to stop.Right before halftime, Westhill took the lead for good when Andrew Centore fired home a shot fed from the left by Bo BenYehuda. Then the margin doubled in the second half thanks to Bryant, whose header off a BenYehuda corner kick just trickled across the goal line. Joe Spires delivered some spectacular moments for the Cazenovia boys soccer team in last Tuesday night’s match against Westhill at the Sean Googin Sports Complex.Whether it was a long-run and blazing shot that found the net in the first half, or a 60-plus-yard goal that was disallowed in the last two minutes of regulation, these features helped ease the pain of a 3-1 defeat to the Warriors.Each of the last three years, Cazenovia has made the Section III Class B final, and each time Westhill has denied them that long-elusive sectional title, going on to win the state championship in 2018.center_img With 1:25 left, Cazenovia was awarded a free kick in its own end. Spires took it and delivered a long shot that rode the wind and flew past Prebish –but a Lakers foul inside the box negated the goal.Cazenovia had another setback in Friday’s 3-2 overtime defeat to Geneva. In conditions even windier than the Westhill game, Spires scored twice in the first half to put his team in front, but Geneva rallied in the second half and then got the OT game-winner.Just like Cazenovia, Chittenango had blazed to a quick start this season – and it would even mirror the Lakers in defeat, too, falling to Christian Brothers Academy last Tuesday night at Alibrandi Stadium by a familiar 3-1 margin.A sectional Class A finalist last fall, CBA jumped on the Bears in the first half, seeing Will Raines deliver a pair of goals and Bentito Vlassis score, too.Even though Tom McIntosh scored off a feed from Anthony Roberts to put Chittenango on the board, it did not prove enough, though goalkeeper Jake Simmons did finish with 14 saves.On Saturday, the Bears faced Vernon-Verona-Sherrill and pulled out a 1-0 decision over the Red Devils, breaking through when McIntosh scored in the second half off a feed from Mikel Pascual. VVS goalie Manuel Lavesa-Cesana made 16 saves.Cazenovia would try and recover from its pair of defeats at home when it faced Homer on Tuesday and then welcomes Jordan-Elbridge on Friday as part of Homecoming activities. Chittenango would meet J-E on Tuesday and then travel to Marcellus on Friday night.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story last_img read more