Got a boring tunic or jean jacket? Some Keds or a baseball hat that could
use spiffing up? A purse that whispers “plain” instead of shouting
Don’t be dull, baby - be DAZZLING!
We were all about glitz and sparkle in the eighties. The BeDazzler, an As
Seen on TV product, added sparkling gems and metal studs to pretty much
any fabric item. Create your own design and, with the ease of a stapler,
bring it to sparkly life.
You can still buy a
BeDazzler to create your own wearable art.
OR, buy a pre-dazzled objet d’art for a retro-cool fusion of vintage item
and vintage BeDazzling technique!
This plunging back stretch dress is pure glamour. Crimp and pouf your
hair, add some enormous earrings, and you’ll totally rule at your next
Sleek bodysuits were a wardrobe staple in the 1980’s. This BeDazzler
designer took a simple black bodysuit and transformed it into a chic top
for an evening out. I see it sparkling with a curvy pencil skirt and
This sweatsuit is a great example of glamming up a casual outfit with the
BeDazzler. What was just a simple lounge set (with shoulder pads, duh)
becomes a flashy and fabulous ensemble. Sartorial GENIUS, eighties
I was a big fan of the men’s blazer look in the eighties. I had a vintage
maroon blazer with black lapels that I threw over a T and jeans and
topped with a wool felt hat for that timeless Annie Hall feel. This
BeDazzled blazer takes the menswear look UP TO ELEVEN:
The jean jacket was the ideal canvas for some BeDazzling artwork. This
cropped, studded jacket would be cute with just about anything, but I
see it slipped over a mini sweater dress and high boots this fall: