Womens Lace-Ups

The androgynous and even masculine shoes are more trendy than ever before - the streetstyle stars on the fashion week as well as the designers at the fashion shows prove this to us. But how do you carry the trend? Learn in our Style Guide how to combine your ladies' laced shoes in a sporty, classic or stylish way.

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Style Guide Women’s Lace-Ups

Classic – Women’s Lace-Ups by Robert Clergerie and Prada

A pair of leather laces can be very classic when worn with a cigarette trouser and a plain white blouse. A hat, a blazer over it and the elegant look is perfect for a masculine performance à la Marlene Dietrich. Very classic and timeless lace-up shoes are among others from Robert Clergerie and Prada – second hand and vintage one makes particularly good bargains.

Ladylike – Women’s Lace-Ups from Repetto and Chanel

Lace-up shoes like Repetto or Chanel are suitable for a ladies look. Combine them into a flared skirt, opaque pantyhose, a soft sweater and coat. With a Burberry scarf and a felt hat, you go very British through the autumn.

Stylish – Women’s Lace-Ups by Stella McCartney

Particularly stylish and very popular are currently laced shoes with plateau – Stella McCartney presents the laced shoe in classic colors but also with playful motifs such as stars. The plaid lace-up shoe has a light culotte and a coat in a muted color – a scarf and a small shoulder bag and the look is perfect. Your shoe size is sold out? Find second hand at CATCHYS.

Sporty – Women’s Lace-Ups from Converse and Vans

Vans and Converse are especially designed for a sporty look – wear your lace-up shoes with a cut-off boyfriend jeans and a white T-shirt, a leather backpack and cool sunglasses. If it gets colder, you can add a vintage leather jacket, a bomber jacket or a simple coat.

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