Front lace up fashion trend: Latest trend alert

Lately we have seen a number of celebrities rocking front lace up fashion pieces in form of tops and dresses. This trend has been popular with the Kardashian even Bruce Jenner who is now known as Caitlyn has also been spotted rocking it.

If you’re not sure about this trend get inspired by the below celebrities who have been spotted rocking them.

How to style front lace up fashion trend

Front lace up top swimsuit with denim cut off shorts: Gigi Hadid showed off her layering style in a white Roland Mouret Lodge vest coat which she paired with a black lace up swimsuit, denim cut offs, black fur clutch bag and flat sandals.

 white Roland Mouret Lodge vest coat-black lace up swimsuit, denim cut offs, black fur clutch bag and flat sandals

Front lace up jersey dress with boots: Kim Kardashian showed off her bump in a black Givenchy lace up jersey dress which she teamed with thigh high leather boots and a black long coat over her shoulder to finish off her look.

Givenchy lace up jersey dress thigh high leather boots and a black long coat over her shoulder to finish off her look


Cleavage daring lace up dress: Teresa Giudice wore a black cleavage daring lace up dress at the launch party for Turning the Tables: From Housewife to Inmate and Back Again. She finished off her look with a pair of black Aquazzura wild thing heels and a series of bracelets.

a black cleavage daring lace up dress black Aquazzura wild thing heels

Lace up front dress with strappy heels: Helen Briggs showed off her asset in a black lace up front dress from Amelia's Boutique which paired with black barely-there strappy sandals for a monochrome black outfit.

black lace up front dress from Amelias Boutique

:ace up halter neck top with high waist pants: Kendall Jenner paired her lace up haltered neck top with a pair of black high waisted trousers and lace up shoes.

lace up haltered neck top with a pair of black high waisted trousers lace up shoes

Front lace up funnel sleeves blouse with white pants: Kimberley Garner stepped out for London Fashion Week dressed in a white lace up Stone Cold Fox Powell blouse with white tapered trouser suit with pink platform sandals and a Saint Laurent handbag for a stylish look.

 white lace up Stone Cold Fox Powell blouse with white tapered trouser suit with pink platform sandals-Saint Laurent handbag

Do let us know if you’ll be trying this trend anytime soon

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