Lawyers launch line of colorful laces for work attire
Charleston lawyer Marc Rigsby dresses conservatively for work but likes the little pop of red the shoelaces provide.
Charleston lawyer Marc Rigsby partnered with a law school classmate, Bennett Rainey, to form Crayon Lacing, a colorful shoelace company. Rigsby, a West Virginia transplant, said everyone here has been receptive and encouraging. "I can't imagine doing this in Manhattan," he said.
Tony the Tailor's on Hale Street is the first state retailer to carry Crayon Lacing, sold in packages of three different colors in either round or flat styles intended for dress shoes.