The Diesel Black Gold presentation during NYFW last week was filled with edgy inspiration! Studded jeans, skirts, and jackets walked their runway in a very simple and cool way. With our addiction to our iron-on nailhead trims, we now have some new ideas on how to put them to use!
Looking for ways to stand out in the crowd for the rest of Fashion Week? Use some of our stud trim to embellish a hat or use some of our spike chains to create a statement necklace! Check out all of our favorite selections to create something that will help you stand out in a sea full amazing streetstyle!
Ever since my last refashion blog on my old peacoat, I’ve been in a sort of Re-fashion-State-of-mind and I needed to fill my craving by whipping up another re-fashion blog this time on one of my really old, never wear the thing, hidden in my closet since 2008 Jean Blazer. It was old and outdated and I wanted to find a way to bring it back to life. And here is what I came with, unfortunately I didn’t get a chance to take any before pictures and realized it after I added the iron on nail heads. But just picture a really outdated jean blazer. Hope You guys like it.
- 1 pkg of 10mm Hotfix Pyramid Nailheads Item# 43988 in Antique Gold (1.800.9.MJTRIM)
- 1 Hammered Metal Button Item# 39747 in Old Brass
- 1 4.5″X3.25″ Beads Bullion Crest Itme# 44702 (1.800.9.MJTRM)
- Needle and Thread
- Cheese Grater or scissors
- Step1: Apply the iron nail heads on to the collar of the jackets, and I also added some nailheads by the pockets. (Tutorial for Iron-on Nailheads coming soon!!!)
- Step2: Sew on your button
- Step3: Use a Cheese grater to distress the jean blazer – Tutorial here
- Step4: Sew on the applique in desired location.