The Shoelace Brand - Sunflower Blue Scarf Shoelaces (120cm)

The Shoelace Brand - Sunflower Blue Scarf Shoelaces (120cm)

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Sunflower Blue Scarf is a midnight blue shoelace with a beautiful pattern of sunflowers, flowers and leaves. The pattern is in green, yellow and white. The print is abstract but elegant and shiny.

The scarf shoelaces are 2.5cm, which forms a massive bow in the shoe, you have to try.

The material gives a nice luster and the tips are in silver which breaks nicely against the midnight blue.

  • Material: Satin
  • Color: Midnight blue background with green, yellow and white
  • Pattern: Sunflowers, flowers and leaves
  • Length: Available in 120cm
  • Width: 2.5cm
  • Shape: Flat shoelaces
  • Metal tip in silver
  • 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. As for the Navy Striped Scarf, all shoelaces look the same as there is one and the same pattern, striped, on the entire piece of fabric.

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.

o try it, it gives your shoe a completely new look .

Perfect little gift for him/her who has everything, the stylish packaging enhances the luxury feeling of the product.

More info

  • 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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