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The collared shirt has been a closet staple since the beginning of garments and recently we've been seeing more stars spruce up their boyfriend's shirt with a little razzle dazzle! When Contributing Editor, Geri Hirsch (of Because I'm Addicted) spotted Emily Browning in an embellished Phillip Lim top, we knew that this was a DIY made in be-dazzled Heaven!This easy technique can be done in an array of different colors, shapes and sizes ... or use a variety like we did! Skip the statement necklace and ice your neck with this DIY tip that looks lovely worn on its own or styled peaking out from under your sweater! Now we'll show you how to Do-It-Yourself!Here's what you'll need -Collared shirtRhinestones to cover the collar in color and shape of your choice. We used a variety pack.Fabric glue or E-6000 adhesiveStep 1 - Find a cool collared shirt (Try Goodwill!) and jewels at your local crafts store (We love Micheal's)!Step 2 - Lay collar flat, arranging jewels how you'd like them to lookStep 3 - Glue each jewel down and let dry. Watch your plain shirt become a unique, one of a kind piece!
Here at Stylehive, we're loving the preppy oxford trend that's been spotted on 'It' girls everywhere!Here's a fun and stylish way to spice up these old school kicks with a little glitz and glam in the form of rhinestones. Yup, we said it! Rhinestones are back ... and we love them! Big name design houses like Miu Miu and Christian Louboutin have created similar embellished styles, inspiring us to dig through our old crafts drawer and get our bedazzle on!Here's what you'll need- Rhinestones (color of your choice - Classic clear looks great with everything, black gems look spectacular against white, black or dark hues or opt for a fun color for a truly unique look!)- E-6000 industrial strength adhesive- a pencil- 2 sheets of newspaper- Your favorite pair of oxfords (we're adding the pizazz back to an old pair of jazz shoes!) Step 1 - Crumple the newspaper into two small balls and stuff your shoes. Step 2 - Using your pencil, mark a dotted pattern where you will glue the crystals.Step 3 - Add a thin line or small dot of glue and carefully place rhinestones to marked spotsStep 4 - Repeat this step until your oxford shoes are covered in the desired design!