Studded Jacket

I was cleaning out my room and I found a million studs from my senior year at university (posted about this a few days ago, finally got around to finishing the lining), so I had to find a way to use them. It wasn’t easy studding this jacket because I had to rip the lining out of it and re-sew it after the studs were secured. What I was most excited about was adding these dangling studs that almost look like needles. They make jingly noises as the jacket moves.

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Pucci Leggings.
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Natalia Brilli leather covered bracelet.
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I found this knitted dress in a Salvation Army recently. It has sequins woven into the knits, its completely see through and perfect for summer. I can’t believe I found this dress in a Salvos, felt very lucky. It sparkles a lot which is my favorite part, I thought it would look nice with the studded jacket.
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backs
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I wanted to include this little video of how the dangling studs were added onto the leather jacket, the process is slightly different from studding. The video kind of explains the whole process without me having to take extraneous photos or having to add extra text. Hope everyone had a good weekend!

EDIT: For those of you interested in using these cone spikes for various projects, you can find some here