“It was a long, lace confection with a lace-up bodice.”
“Additionally, I'm an 82-year-old widow in lace-up orthopedic shoes who spends a lot of time on the subway happily going about her business.”
“Well, shoes and boots this season merit a whole column on their own (see next week), but for cool boots and lace-up shoe-boots with wedges see Pierre Hardy from Gap, from £ 150; and for flats, go to the source: Church 's for a pair of brogues (from £ 190) which you will have forever.”
“If you want some quiet R & R — I know, I know, we are shopping, not on a retreat, but bear with me — the lavendar, orchid-strewn, light-flooded, minimalist "arena" where shoes from the likes of Balenciaga (stunning raspberry etiolated "Countess" pumps, £ 325) keep company with Jil Sander's lace-up gray brogue's (£ 410) — perfect for baggy or slouchy pants — offers what you might term a "moment" for retail reflection.”
“The fitted trousers of the summer were Isabel Marant's lace-up white jeans.”
“The wars we're engaged in may be half a world away, but military coats, cadet jackets with epaulets and lace-up boots are big fashion statements much closer to home.”
“Select looks featured unexpected pairings of texture while her signature accessories line included thigh-high fur boots with lace-up detail - an incredible addition to any fall outfit!”
“And yet for every hint of chin-jutting aggression – the shiny, bondage-inspired corsets, the fetishistic lace-up boots – there was a complimentary dose of softness.”
“Tomorrow I might put on a waistcoat, tie and smart pair of trousers with black lace-up shoes to go food shopping.”
“Mr. Szabó recalls the first costume rehearsal when Ms. Mirren chanced across a pair of battered old lace-up boots, the ones she wears in the film.”
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