LACE UP SNEAKERS:
Almost everyone loves them and almost everyone wears them: we are talking about comfortable trainers. To make these shoes comfortable, sportive individual and versatile, we will show you three different ways to lace up your favourite shoes in our tutorial 'lacing sneakers'.
Styling Tips for Tailoring:
➔ STYLING TIP N°1:
Light and practical: THE CONCEPTED LOOP.
This technique is suitable for narrow toe shoes where the laces are not in the foreground, but must fulfil their functional role. First, thread the laces throh the first pair of eyelets from the outside inwards. Then pull the right end from the inside out through the second öif directly above it and then from the outside in through the second öif on the other side. Eventually, both ends of the laces must be tucked between the first two laces on the left. From here, it is possible to discreetly tie the ends and hide them in the left side of the shoe.
➔ STYLING TIP N°2:
PECIALLY & INDIVIDUAL: THE TWISTED.
The variant è easier to make with round laces and also looks better. Start with the first pair of laces and thread the ends of the laces through the first pair from the inside out. Then twist the two ends crosswise through the centre of the tab and thread them through the second pair of laces on the same side, from the inside out. Then continue following the pattern until both ends of the laces can be tied inside out in the sixth row.
➔ STYLING TIP#3:
COOL & STRETCHED BARRIERS.
This lacing technique è looks particularly good on flat trainers, but only works when using an even number of ös and is suitable for advanced lacing enthusiasts. First thread the lace from the outside to the inside through the lower pair of laces, so that the ends of the same length come out under the lace bar. The left end is passed through the next upper end. The other end jumps onto a &l;se. Both ends can now be folded in the opposite direction and are now on the right side. Then the ends jump back onto an öse so that they alternate. Both are folded inwards on the left side, where the whole thing is repeated. Once the last pair of ends has been reached, tuck the lower end into the other end. The other end passes through the last end as usual. When the two ends come together, the look is complete!