August 22, 2013
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Whether you’re rocking a low cut evening gown or a low-key jean & t-shirt look, a bib necklace is the go-to for adding a dramatic, eye-popping punch. With its colorful beads and oversized crystals, Matthew Williamson’s version proves that when it comes to making a statement with your accessories, your motto best be go big, or go home. Get inspired by the interpretation we made with Who What Wear and add some DIY dazzle to your décolleté! 

To create: Draw a bib shape onto your felt using a sharpie, then cut out with scissors. Use a hot glue gun to adhere the studded trim to the top of the bib, then work your way down, adhering grosgrain ribbon and strands of beads. Don’t forget to glue two pieces of grosgrain ribbon to the backside of the bib to complete the necklace. P.S.- reinforce the ribbon and beads with a few stitches. Trim any excess material. Finish it off by sewing on each hexagon crystal drop along the bottom of the bib with a needle and thread.

    Whether you’re rocking a low cut evening gown or a low-key jean & t-shirt look, a bib necklace is the go-to for adding a dramatic, eye-popping punch. With its colorful beads and oversized crystals, Matthew Williamson’s version proves that when it comes to making a statement with your accessories, your motto best be go big, or go home. Get inspired by the interpretation we made with Who What Wear and add some DIY dazzle to your décolleté! 

    To create: Draw a bib shape onto your felt using a sharpie, then cut out with scissors. Use a hot glue gun to adhere the studded trim to the top of the bib, then work your way down, adhering grosgrain ribbon and strands of beads. Don’t forget to glue two pieces of grosgrain ribbon to the backside of the bib to complete the necklace. P.S.- reinforce the ribbon and beads with a few stitches. Trim any excess material. Finish it off by sewing on each hexagon crystal drop along the bottom of the bib with a needle and thread.
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