Edgy Rocker Style

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With leather on-trend for fall, and the rocker inspired styles in magazines and fashion blogs around the world, edgy is IN! Even pregnant Fergie is embracing the rock and roll trend. At Nature Beads we’re feeling the edge and getting ready for fall with beads and leather straps and cords to compliment this hot trend.

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EXCLUSIVE: A pregnant Fergie hasn't lost her fashion sense as she and her husband, Josh Duhamel are spotted in LA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Get the Look

We’re gathering our Finbay leather straps in 10, 16, and 20mm so that you can create your own custom leather cuffs and even belts. These are some of our favorite leathers and leather closures.

20mm Bloomed leather strap Cranberry20mm caramel crossCopper magnetic clasp

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

More Cool Ideas

You might also like to make yourself a cool handbag or necklace. If you’re feeling particularly edgy and ready to experiment with the rocker trend, we’ve got you covered with fish leather, skull beads, and chains to customize your rock and roll look.

Hot Pink Fish Leather GlossyBarbed wire chainMagnesite-turquoise skull beads

 

 

 

 

Magnesite-turquoise skull beads

 

 

 

 

So there you have it! Everything you need to GET THE LOOK using the coolest natural beads and leathers from Finbay leather and Nature Beads. Rock on edgy fashionista!


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Finbay Leather Tutorial: Making a Double or Triple Wrap Bracelet with a Buckle

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Periodically, we post how-to’s and DIY projects on our blog, but today we are lucky to have  leather expert David Weeks of Finbay Leather giving a video tutorial on how to make a double or triple wrap leather bracelet with a buckle. From the mind that brings hand tooled leather to life, comes the first in a series of video tutorials on various jewelry design techniques. We hope you’ll enjoy making this bracelet along side our leather expert and invite you to post your finished creations on our blog or on our Facebook page.

What You’ll Need

  1. Leather Strap 10mm wide
  2. Leather Buckle Set
  3. Rivets and a Rivet Setter
  4. Sharpie or Pen
  5. Leather Punch
  6. Mallett
  7. Scissors
  8. Flat nosed pliers

The Video Tutorial

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The Finished Product

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Don’t forget to share your pictures with us! We’d love to see what you created.


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Recycled Fashion 1980′s Edition: Splatter Paint

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Remember the days of puffy paint and bedazzlers? Remember when splatter painted jeans were all the rage and we crimped our hair? Well designers remember and they’re recycling fashion from the 1980′s with splatter paint prints that are sure to bring back memories of childhood arts and crafts. Designer J. Mendel’s collection prominently features the splatter paint print which he calls ”exploded-floral-print silk cady” and comes in five different designs including dresses and pantsuits. Stunners Abigail Spencer, Leslie Mann, and Nina Dobrev are showing us how to wear the trend right.

splatter paint designs

(L-R) Abigail Spencer, Leslie Mann, Nina Dobrev (Getty Images)

How to Wear the Trend 

If you’re not big on print, or maybe you’re afraid you’ll look like a Jackson Pollock painting, there are more subtle ways to rock this trend including the use of accessories. Two-toned leather cuffs for example provide the look of paint splatter without the head-to-toe print. Of course leather straps for cuff making are even cooler when they’re vegetable enzyme cured, chrome free, and eco-friendly.

Two toned denim blue eco-leather

 

 

 

Red two-toned leather strap

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you’re looking for more elegant accessory solutions, marbled Tagua slices can provide a similar look and feel that compliments the splatter paint trend.

KONICA MINOLTA DIGITAL CAMERAMarbled tagua slices

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

You can make your own beautiful Tagua nut necklace using our kit. This design was featured in BeadStyle Magazine.

Beadstyle MagazineAnd there you have it! Recycled fashion 1980′s edition, splatter paint style that anyone can wear. From eco-friendly Finbay Leather straps to marbled Tagua slices, splatter print is in, and you can get the look.


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