The Shoelace Brand - Flower Rose Scarf (100cm)

The Shoelace Brand - Flower Rose Scarf (100cm)

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The Flower Rose Scarf shoelace has an abstract floral pattern in varying colors where the base is in a pleasant pink tone.

The shoelace changes in slightly different colors, but the overall impression of the shoelace gives a pink tone. The colors are pleasant and calm. Look at the inspiration pictures to see the overall impression the shoelace gives in the shoe.

  • Material: Satin
  • Color: Pink tones, green, dull purple/grey tones
  • Pattern: Abstract floral pattern
  • Length: Available in both 100cm and 120cm
  • Width: 2.5cm
  • Shape: Flat shoelaces
  • Metal tip in rose gold
  • Washing advice: the shoelaces can be washed in a laundry bag at 30 degrees, but feel best when rinsed with washing-up liquid and warm water, rub a little.

The Scarf shoelaces are all unique, they are made from large silk fabrics that are cut apart to recycle fabrics instead of the scraps being thrown away. The Flower Rose Scarf shoelaces are all the same color but no two shoelaces are the same. When you see the laces packed in the box they may look like it's just blue or just patterns etc BUT open the box, unroll the laces and thread them into the shoes and they all give the same overall impression - You will NOT be disappointed, it's THAT nice !

The fabric used to make the scarf shoelaces is only patterned on one of the sides, therefore two fabrics are sewn together, to get patterns on both the back and front of the shoelace. Since there are two fabrics that are sewn together, the shoelace becomes a little larger and gives a super nice effect in the shoe. The bow becomes large and the lace ring on the shoe is covered by the stylish shoelace.

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  • 100cm best fits 3-5 lace holes & 120cm best fits shoes with 5-8 lace holes
  • 1 box contains 2 shoelaces

The shoelaces are suitable for sneakers, gym shoes, boots, lace-up shoes. However, most fin shoes with laces have a super small eyelet (metal ring) around the lace hole either at the front or back of the lace hole which can make it difficult for the metal tip to go through. There can also be small eyelets on boots, shoes, sneakers, but not as common. If there is no eyelet on the Finnish shoes, it is fine to use these shoelaces BUT Finnish shoes often do not require more than 65-75cm of shoelace, so ours may be a little too long depending on the number of lace holes the Finnish shoes have.

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