Heels with laces are a popular choice for many women as they provide some customisation every time they’re worn. However, some women struggle to come up with new ways to tie their lace up heels, instead just tying the same way each time. Continue reading our helpful guide on how to tie lace up heels so they stay comfortable all day.
If you’re looking to make a bold statement with your lace up heels, try and tie them up in the style of a gladiator.
To do this, you start by wrapping the lace around the back of your ankle, then criss-cross around the shin and calf, taking the lace up your leg towards your knee. When crossing the lace up your leg, you create two large Xs on the front, and knot behind your knee or upper calf area.
This creates the gladiator look that is sure to make heads turn and create an outstanding look for your next social event.
If you’re looking for a similar look, but don’t want to be as bold as to lace up your whole shin and calf area, try the low gladiator style.
The low gladiator is very similar to its predecessor but only goes as high as just above your ankle.
Wrap the laces around the front of the shin, just above your ankle, to make one large cross. Wrap the remaining lace around your leg just above the X and tie a knot around the front. You could even do a fancy bow to finish off the look!
When considering how to tie lace up heels, you could always go for the simple, easy and elegant ankle wrap.
This is a versatile look that is simple and fast to execute, which is great if you’re in a rush!
Simply start by wrapping the laces around your ankle until you reach enough at the end to tie a knot. You can now decide to tie the knot around either the front or back of your ankle. Just like the low gladiator, finish the look off with a large or stylish bow.
Things to consider
When wondering how to tie lace up heels so they stay in place, there are a few things to consider first. There are steps to take to ensure the lace up heels stay in place all day. There are also some things to consider before tying your laces too.
- Only wrap the laces high up your leg if they’re elastic. Don’t stretch them too far as this may cause injury to the muscles in your legs.
- Don’t tie the laces too tightly either, as this can also hurt muscles by restricting them during movement.
- When putting the heels on and tying the laces, bend your knee and leg at a 90° angle.
Liberally spray the knot with hairspray to keep it in place all day.
Lace up heels at EGO
At EGO, we stay current with the fashion world and keep up with the latest trends. When looking for women’s clothing, you can be sure to find what you’re looking for with us.
We not only sell dresses for women, though, as we also sell a wide collection of footwear, like lace up heels, block heels, flats, trainers, sliders and more. Whatever you’re looking for, EGO can help you create the perfect outfit.
If you require any more assistance, or would like to speak to our team about the latest fashion trends, do not hesitate to contact us.