Up your style with these amazing shoe lace styles!

Up your style with these amazing shoe lace styles!

These clever shoelace tricks will impress your kids and friends. They may look complex but they are actually quite simple, have a go! 

Shoelace Style 1

Credit: Jungle Creations

You will need:

 

  • Shoes with 6 eyelets on each side
  • Long colourful laces

 

Method:

 

  1. Put the shoelace through the bottom two eyelets, so that the long ends of the laces come out of the bottom two eyelets.
  2. Take left length of lace and feed underneath the lace section touching the shoe and then put through the next eyelet, inside to out . Repeat with other end of lace.
  3. Cross both laces over and feed through next available eyelets.
  4. Take the left lace and feed under this cross section and put through the next available eyelet on the left, repeat with the other lace. You should see a pattern emerging.
  5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 till you reach the top of the shoe.
  6. With the remaining sections of lace you can tie  bow, or tuck them away, it’s up to you.
  7. Now repeat on the other shoe!

 

Shoelace Style 2

Credit: Jungle Creations

You will need:

  • Shoes with 6 eyelets on each side
  • Two sets of laces, different colours

 

Method:

 

  1. Feed half of one lace through the left bottom eyelet, inside to outside, and tuck the other half away. Do the same with the different coloured lace on the right eyelet.
  2. Take the right lace and feed it through the next available eyelet on the right, inside to outside, don’t pull it all the way through leaving a loop.
  3. Take the left lace and put it through this loop and then feed it through the next available eyelet on the left, inside to outside.
  4. Repeat steps 2 and 3 until you run out of eyelets.
  5. Tuck away the laces and repeat the same processes on the other shoe.

 

Shoelace Style 3

You will need:

 

  • Shoes with 6 eyelets on each side
  • Two sets of laces, different colours

 

Method:

 

  1. Take one colour lace and feed through the top eyelet on the left, inside to out, leaving about 5 inches of lace, then feed back through the same eyelet leaving a loop.
  2. Continue down the left side of the shoe making loops out of all the eyelets.
  3. Tuck the remainder of the lace up inside the shoe.
  4. Repeat the process on the other side of the shoe with a different coloured lace.
  5. Take the bottom loops and feed the right loop inside the left.
  6. Then, keeping the right loop in your hand feed the next loop on the left inside it.
  7. Now with the left loop in hand feed the right loop inside it and so on.  
  8. When you reach the top and have one loop in your hand take the 5 inch section of lace you on the top on the left and feed it through this last loop.
  9. This will keep your loops in place, now tuck away the excess and repeat the whole process again on the other shoe.

 

Shoelace Style 4

Credit: Jungle Creations

You will need:

  • Shoes with 6 eyelets on each side
  • Long colourful laces

 

Method:

  1. Run a long lace through the 2nd eyelets down, both ends of the laces coming out of the shoe. Have the middle section hidden under the tongue.
  2. Take the lace end on the right and feed it through the next eyelet, outside to in, leaving a loop behind.
  3. Keep zig-zagging the lace down till it comes out the last eyelet and you have two loops created.
  4. Do the same with the lace end on the left.
  5. Using the lace end on the left feed it through the loops on the right and then through the top eyelet on the left, outside to in.
  6. Now take the lace end on the right and feed through the left loops and then through the remaining eyelet at the top on the right.
  7. Finally tie a bow and repeat the same process on the other shoe.

 

Shoelace Style 5

Credit: Jungle Creations

You will need:

  • Shoes with 6 eyelets on each side
  • Long colourful laces

 

Method:

  1. Run a long lace through the bottom eyelets, both ends of the laces coming out of the shoe. Have the middle section hidden under the tongue.
  2. Take the lace end on the right and feed through the 3rd eyelet from the bottom on the left, outside to in.
  3. Then pull tight and feed this lace through the 2nd eyelet from the bottom from the left. This should create a small cross.
  4. Repeat steps 2 and 3 on the left lace end.
  5. Cross these laces over, right under left.
  6. Feed the lace now on the left through the next eyelet there, outside to in, and then back through the eyelet below, outside to in, again creating a cross. Do the same on the other side.
  7. Repeat this process up the shoe.
  8. Cross over the remainder and tuck them away.
  9. Repeat this process on the other shoe and you’re done.