4 de enero de 2013

Tachuelas y pinchos DIY.

SÍ, mucho he tardado...es que a mi personalmente no me van mucho, pero bueno, está muy de moda. Ponte tus propios pinchos y tachuelas...
En los zapatos.
It’s only rock n’ roll but, P.S.- I like it! We’ve said it before and we’ll sing it again, nothing goes together like music & fashion. The glam rock movement emerged in the 60s with artists like Gary Glitter and David Bowie’s Ziggy Stardust defining an era, and inciting designers and fashionistas to make bold statements with exaggerated make up, androgynously edgy styles and gems, stones and jewels stacked for miles. Nobody blings it on better than the indisputable rock god of couture Karl Lagerfeld…who infuses head to toe concert chic in his creations for Chanel, Fendi and his own eponymous lines. We took to the stage, with Who What Wear, to  turn a simple shoulder bag into an embellished instrument of DIY style!To create:  Re-purpose a bag with a removable strap.  Use caribiners to secure a guitar strap onto the bag by clipping where the original strap was secured.  Gather various pearls, gemstones, studs, crystals and rhinestones and lay out  to cover the front of the guitar strap.  Once you are happy with placement begin to stud and glue each in place. P.S.- use tweezers to help you place each embellishment as you glue.  Allow to try before you wear!
En el bolso.

En las zapatillas.
En una camisa.
Fun nautical fact:  Rope bracelets were originally made and used by sailors as good luck charms to protect them on the open seas.  We recommend setting sail while rocking the boat with style.  Add a pinch of punk to your rebellious side and shine with an inventive edge.  Pull spikey inspiration from an icon, aka Hermes stud bracelets and check out other spiked sensations from CC Skye and Rebecca Minkoff.   Get roped in while creating your own nautical punk piece with this rockin’ DIY.  

To Create:  Gather a few Nantucket rope bracelets.  These were (and still are) a summer staple at local beach gift shops everywhere. Gather a variety of spikes and simply unscrew, push the screw end into the bracelet, and twist the back on.  Make sure your spikes are screwed in tight.  

P.S.- This is bracelet is a classic Turk’s Head knot using rope. CLICK HERE to watch how to DIY your own!

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