Boot are by far one of my favorite accessories! A few weeks ago, I had the pleasure of hosting a DIY Session with JustFab at their headquarters in El Segundo. To kick off the boot season, I taught a few of my favorite LA bloggers how to personalize their JustFab boots with studs. The steps are so simple! You can find the full tutorial (here). Read more after the break...
Photos by Roneil Chavez

A big thank you to JustFab for having me host the DIY Session and to all the beautiful bloggers who  attended! Stay tuned for our style post...

From left to right of last photo: 
Sheryl of Walk in Wonderland
Jenny of Good, Bad and Fab
Joo of Love Joo Kim
An of Haute Pink Pretty
Stephanie of Honey and Silk
Melanee of Melanee Shale
Chanelle of The Penelope Times


Sydney said...

cute boots! & lovely photos xx sydney

Dora said...

That looks like such a cool event to attend!

Amanda {feast.fashion.faves} said...

oh my gosh...how fun!! Love the pics! And can't wait to see everyone's style posts!


katrina of thedemuremuse.com said...

What a fun event! I love the simple design that you did with the studding. Just out of curiosity, how are the studs holding up? I have always been weary of studding on leather because I don't know if the glue will hold up well enough. What was the rationale for the glue-on studs versus the studs with the studs with the anchoring prongs?

swellmayde said...

Hi love! Here is the tutorial: http://www.swellmayde.com/2013/10/diy-studded-boots.html

I chose to use flat back studs with e6000 instead of pronged studs because they are easier to work with and some parts of the boot are too thick to pierce a pronged stud through. Hope this helps! :)

katrina of thedemuremuse.com said...

That makes sense! Thanks for the reply :) I've only ever used the studs with prongs and have no experience with the flat-back ones so it's great to hear your experiences with them.


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