They are regularly used to embellish classic articles of clothing and accessories from t-shirts to jeans to hobo bags and platforms. Traditional feminine garb such as pencil skirts or wrap-dresses are enhanced when paired with stud-embellished pumps. Suddenly a monochromatic skirt or dress becomes more edgy and aesthetically interesting because of being paired with the perceived toughness of a studded handbag or shoes. There is almost a rebellious delight in pairing a studded hobo bag with a sweater dress, for example. There is a juxtaposition between the toughness of studded bag and the soft material of a sweater dress that is rather appealing.
It is very fitting that a style of embellishment made popular by punk rockers and metal heads has become a mainstream phenomenon. Musicians have influenced fashion for decades and will likely continue to do so well into the future. Popular artists are frequently trend-setters as a result of admiring fans whom wish to emulate their favorite icons.
Because of their striking appearance the incorporation of studs into an outfit should be kept to a minimum. They can easily overwhelm the wearer by becoming the main focus of an ensemble. Refrain, for example, from wearing a stud-embellished top with stud-embellished shoes or a handbag.
A Stud-Embellished Garment is Best Paired with Classic Feminine Garments Such as:
- Pencil or A-Line Skirts
- Wrap or Shirt Dresses
- Straight or Skinny Leg Jeans with Plain Pockets
- Blouses or Tops with Tie-Necks or Ruffles
Don't pair stud-embellished accessories with stud-embellished article of clothing.
It might seem as if you are trying too hard!