I notice that some shoelaces are more popular during different seasons, and it’s hardly surprising that these Buffalo Plaid shoelaces are popular during the fall and winter months. I’m all stocked up and getting lots of orders for these shoelaces at all three shops.
Warm & Fuzzy
This time of year we just want to pull out those comfortable flannel shirts, and you can’t be accused of going for the grunge look when your shoelaces match your shirt…nothing grungy about that. (Click on the photo above to see these shoelaces at my Lost in Lace shop.)
A Touch of Gold
The metallic gold edges dress things up a bit and make these shoelaces great for a country Christmas feel too. They’re adorable with those not-so-ugly holiday sweaters. (Click on the photo above to see these shoelaces at my Ribbon Shoelaces shop.)
A Perfect Bow
This woven style of ribbon has a nice stiff drape that makes it ideal for shaping both smaller bows and larger bows.(Click on the photo above to see these shoelaces at my All About Shoelaces shop.)
All of the Tip Options
All of the tip options are available for these shoelaces, but my customers lean towards the red, black and gold tips here. That seems obvious. 🙂 (Click on the photo above to see these shoelaces at my Lost in Lace shop.)
Dressing for the season is part of the fun and a great way to enjoy it while it lasts, so let’s break out the flannel! -Ann Louise
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Basic black shoelaces…we all need them, but do they really need to be so basic? When I first started making shoelaces I was focused on bright colors and crazy prints rather than the black, white and brown colors. As I started to expand and add more basic colors, I realized customers wanted black more than any other color. Who knew? I do now, so my customers have as many options as I can possibly get my hands on.
Black Shoelaces in Satin, Organza and Grosgrain
The standard solid ribbons are always satin, organza and grosgrain. I offer my customers satin and grosgrain shoelaces in 4 different widths (1/4″, 3/8″, 5/8″ and 7/8″), and I offer the organza shoelaces in all 4 of those widths plus a 1.5″ width. (Click on the pictures above to view these shoelaces at the Ribbon Shoelaces shop.)
Black Shoelace Groups
Besides the solid satin/organza/grosgrain, I also offer several other styles of ribbon shoelaces with multiple colors to choose from, and of course I always offer the black when available. (Click on the picture above to view these shoelaces at the Ribbon Shoelaces shop.)
But Wait…There’s More!
Between solids and prints and textures, I just keep curating more ribbons for black ribbon shoelaces for my customers. (Click on the pictures above to view these shoelaces at the All About Shoelaces shop.)
Whether you’re replacing a pair of basic black shoelaces or just want to upgrade what you’ve got, black shoelaces are available from subtle to wild. You can always find the perfect pair, and you don’t even have to look that hard. 🙂 – Ann Louise
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