Oct 21, 2012 · Best Answer: Mmmm. In the photo, the laces are wound around the ankles twice. You’d need to lace them up pretty tight to achieve this. Lace them so the ends at the top go into the shoe, then take them up and around the back of your ankle and tie a bow as usual at the front.
Hi guys. I’m wondering if you have any clever ways of tying converse shoes for different looks. For example, I sometimes tie the laces under the tongue so it doesn’t show. I have also seen people fold over hi-tops when wearing them with shorts for a kind of “floppy” look. I’m not really sure if I’m missing out with some lace styles.
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Jan 25, 2019 · Try different lacing styles for your Converse. For a sloppy look, loosen all the laces and leave them untied, tucking the ends in if necessary. For a grungy look, lace high-tops to the top (or near the top), wrap the ends of the laces around your legs, and tie them without bows. For a clean look, remove the laces …
Jan 26, 2019 · Pull the ends together at the top pair of eyelets. Pull the two ends together as they come out and over the top eyelets of your Converse shoes. This should create another horizontal pathway, similar to the one at the bottom. Tie a normal shoelace …
With the right laces, you should have no problem lacing and tying your high tops. Count the pairs of eyelets on your sneakers. High tops may have eight, nine or 12 eyelet pairs. Select the right laces for your high tops. If they have eight eyelet pairs, choose a 54-inch shoelace.
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The Romper. Pull on a romper, lace up your high tops, and head out the door. Two simple trends lead to one easy, breezy, on point summer look. With one-piece shorts being the new dress and sneakers being the new sandal, you can’t go wrong when pairing them up. Time to welcome those high tops into the world of high fashion sneakers.