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Embellish Fashion Accessories With Beaded Fringe
Available in dozens of colors, bead styles, and sizes, beaded fringe helps you create instant fashion accessories with very little effort. yellow costume wig Sew or glue the strip of beads onto an accessory in need of a bit pizazz. The results are instant and spectacular.
Purses and Bags: Fasten a strip of beaded fringe to the underside of any narrow bag with a handle, and you’ve got an instant 1920s flapper bag. Or a 1960s hippie bag. Cover a small cloth bag with stripe after stripe of beaded fringe for an extra festive look.
Hats: Used with just a little restraint, beaded fringe can also embellish hats. Try covering a knit stocking hat with closely spaced rows of beaded fringe for an allover look. Fasten it rather than a conventional ribbon hatband, using a fringe about the same width because the hatband can be.
Belts: A strand of beaded fringe could be worn as a belt, if it were strung securely enough with heavy duty nylon thread. Otherwise, attach one strip, or several, depending on its width, to a belt. Outline a large, openwork metal belt buckle with fringe that has a drop of only two or three beads. Replace belt buckles with a double row of fringe, sewn head to head.
Gloves: Although beaded designs, especially floral and geometric, are popular on both winter and evening gloves, beaded fringe should probably be reserved to be used around the edge of the cuff. Formal, elbow-length evening gloves might be embellished with a line of beaded fringe from the tip of the pinky finger to the hem, along the skin of the arm. More substantial, winter leather or knit gloves may be individualized by sewing short strips of fringe across the top of them.
Hair Accessories: Wrap a strand of two- or three-bead drop fringe around a topknot or ponytail. Glue double strands of fringe, their straight edges butted together and centered on a plastic headband. Do the identical thing with an extended, narrow, metal barrette. Outline a more substantial ponytail or bun holder with fringe. Create your individual beaded fringe using elastic and use it solo as a headband or ponytail holder.
Shoes: Imagine a pair of high heels, perfectly good except the heels are scuffed or the leather on them is torn. Cover the heels with beaded fringe wound round and round. Or run a strip along the edge of the shoe. Put a double row along a decorative strap-one that doesn’t insert into a buckle. The beads won’t survive the buckling process.
Socks: A single row of dainty beaded fringe at the edge of a pair of ankle socks, the kind you fold over. Use a contrasting color, so the beads stand out. Wear these socks with a pair of very plain pumps, and either capri-length skinny pants or a mini skirt. Darling, and charming. For more pop, sew row after row, close together, along the cuff of the sock. This is sweet to pair with jeans or something casual.
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