How do I tie "deck shoes" to turn them into slip ons with the laces as tassles? Answered
Back in the "olden days" ('80's) we wore preppy deck shoes we called Top Siders ( I think this was a LL Bean brand name). We would lace the shoes,then instead of tying a bow...we would leave each end hanging out of the last eye and make a noose like tassel.This would be made with the laces tight and the shoe would be converted into a slip on shoe.
I remember how they looked,but I can't remember how to make the neat tassel like noose/knot on each end of the shoe string (strings were leather).