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Fashionista NOW: Letting The Shiny Studs Do The Talking

Studs on clothing, accessories or jewelry offer a little shine and edge to your wardrobe.

I love studs and ever since I failed to find these gems for a random DIY project back here in my sleepy home town, I’ve developed a fanatical adoration over anything that comes studded.

This exaggerated fascination isn’t pretty as I often catch myself stifling a scream whenever I see some gorgeous studded number online or offline. I know this is loon-ish behavior but I still do it.

Anyway, it doesn’t take a mad scientist or a child to note that I’ve completely lost my screws somewhere, at least when it comes to studs. In my humble view, the presence of studs either on your clothing, jewelry, shoes or other accessories can do so much to an outfit.

They may come with a flat, spiky or rounded/angled forms and you know these goodies come in silver, gold or some rustic golden tone. However you like them to be, you can bet that they just add instant coolness to your garb.

Anyway, here are some of the studded looks worn by fashion-obsessed lookbookers that I’m currently drooling about.

studded collar by oasap

studded shorts by romwe | studded boots by vjstyle

studded clutch by hallhuber | gorgeous boots by ZARA

spiky peep toe heels by oasap | jewelry by H&M

black studded clutch by gowigasa

studded suede jacket by ZARA | spiky jewelry by anarchy street

studded booties by jeffrey campbell

Do you like these studded looks? Which one is your favorite? Share below.

Other Related Fashion Read:

Fashionista NOW: DIY Fashion Project ~ How To Stud Your Own Clothing, Shoes & More?
Fashionista NOW: Studded Fashion Trend – Get A Sprinkle Of Studs In Your Daily Wear

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Here on Fashionista NOW, our one and very own Miss Reverie showcases the latest in fashion trends and its various social implications in our everyday lives. You may read more of her at REVERIE SANCTUARY.

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