Last week I had a technological apocalypse: both my laptop and cellphone decided to kick the bucket. Although my bank account is upset, I’m happy to be the proud owner of a brand-spankin’ new macbook pro, as well as a beauuutiful white galaxy s2 phone. Upgrade!
Black and gold accessories dominate my wardrobe, so my design crush on this SFK camera strap came as no surprise. As I sat pining over the pricy chain, it struck me: I have a pleather quilted purse in the back of my closet that I haven’t used in years, as well an old pair of black sneaks from my waitressing days. Weave, cut, add upholstery nails and glue, and voilà! A (free!) homemade version the camera accessory I craved.
Cameras are quickly becoming a prevalent part of many a girl’s ensemble, so I love the idea of dressing them up to reflect your style. After all, they hang on your neck or wrist like any other accessory–would you normally wear an unsightly black nylon necklace if there wasn’t a camera attached to it? Many budget-friendly and diy options are available in a range of looks: