02 November 2009
5 YYYES for lace up boots
1. They raze the statement ˝boots are for summer, flops are for winter˝
You know how it feels in the winter when you have layers of outwear and you still need to wear giant shoes. Lace up boots, for some reason adhere on leg more naturally than most of the boots, and laces are making the effect of detail so you don’t have to do additional effort.
2. Feel of the model off the duty style
Long before Ann Demeulemeester or even when this trend of lace up started, the girls that walk the runaway had sense for motorcycle style.
Hana Soukupova, Joy Bryant wearing lace up boots
Alexa Chung, Hanne Gaby Odiele, Flo Gennaro in lace up boots
3. Heels or flats
Just choose which makes you feel more comfy daily because even flats lace up boots are very wearable for the night, parties (giving your outfit strong, confident glance)
Abbey Lee Kershaw in Ruby Leather Lace up boots from Urban Outfitters, Eniko Mihalik
4. Findable from 1000 $ to 50$ depending on what brand you will choose. From flats my favorites are models with tradition like Martens, Timberland’s or Justin’s (vintage Justin lace up boots are like melody for my heart)
Combat oak boots, Mentor lace up boots, Zeha Berlin boots, Jeffrey Campbell navy lace up boots, Timberland lace up boots
5. Working for the in- a- minute chic
Just think of white long tees and stockings or even nude legs when it’s little warmer. Think of all the high wasted skirts and ripped jean.
first photo; Grace Small for I LOVE FAKE #13 by Viktor Vauthier
Photos via flickr, style.com, modelinia