DIY Button Boot Socks

 

teen fashion blog diy button socks

teen fashion blog

teen fashion blog diy button socks

teen fashion blog diy button socks shih tzu

Just a while back I got some super cute and comfortable combat boots at Rue 21. I love wearing them with jeans in the winter because when I have jeans that don’t fit length wise I can always wear those boots to cover it up. I then started thinking for more ways I can style those boots and I thought about how cute it would be to wear them with a dress or a skirt. I tried it on with one of my dresses that matched the boots and it looked good, but it was missing something. It was missing something on the legs, so I though about boot socks. I don’t own any boot socks, so I went to go buy some. The problem was that when I went looking, I never found anything unique or different. So I decided that I was going to try and make my own.

What you will need to make your own DIY buttons boot socks are buttons (your choice of color and preferably smaller size), thread the color of the buttons you are using, a sewing needle, long socks, scissors, and if you don’t know how to sew you can use fabric glue. Although I have to admit that I don’t know how the fabric glue is going to hold the buttons after washing. I’ll update you on that once I wash them. Before you start sewing or gluing make sure you have enough buttons because you are going to need a good amount of them. Also, before you start sewing or gluing you need to lay out the buttons out on the sock they way you are going to sew them on. Make sure that there are more buttons on because the sock will later stretch out giving more space between each button. Once you have the buttons arranged the way you want it, start sewing them in. It may take a while depending on how good you are with sewing or gluing. Once I finished with the sock I tried it on and the hard work definitely paid off. The socks were super cute and even cuter with the boots. This is definitely a cheaper and cuter way to get boot socks.

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Blossom Joy

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Blossom Joy by teen fashion blog featuring pink high heel shoes
shih tzu teen fashion blog
shih tzu teen fashion blog
Today is a super important day for one my family members, Blossom Joy. Blossom Joy is my super cute shih tzu puppy that turned 2 years old today. It may seem odd that I am excited about her birthday, but she is really special to me. She helps me get through any personal problems  I have just by looking at her cute furry face. Sometimes when I’m alone in my room and break out dancing to whatever song is  on the radio, she watches me from her pink pillow almost wondering what I’m doing. I must admit that we are all  completely guilty of pampering her. For some reason the family ended up calling her Tukers, my mom started calling her that just a while after we got her and I guess the name caught on with the rest of us. She may not be a very active pup, but when she gets excited or mad she runs around at a fast pace and attacks her toys. I would definitely hate to be one of her toys. Blossom’s favorite food would have to be hot dogs and ice. Lately we have put hot dogs in her dog food because she won’t eat the kibbles unless there is some human food to mask the taste. I can’t really blame her. A few things she really hates are taking baths and getting brushed, it’s a complete WWE brawl every time it comes around. The outfit is therefore inspired by Blossy/Tukers and her amazing birthday. The shih tzu in the left corner represents how Blossom is around our house, a pampered pup. I chose fur and pearls in the outfit because I though it went well with Blossom’s elegant and girly attitude. Blossom likes a lot of attention, that is why I used a hue of blue that will catch people’s attention. The light pink shoes were used because I took that color out of some of the flowers on the dress. I’m pretty sure that if Blossom was a human, she would wear an outfit such as this one. It represents her personality very well. I always wonder what she would talk about if she could talk. I think Blossom would be the type to complain about everything there is. If your dog was able to talk to you, what do you think he or she would say?