An ornamental solid metal button with a shank on the back. The shank is inserted straight through the material and bent which fastens it to the material. Decorative studs are used on handbags made of thick materials such as leathers, vinyl’s, and twill fabrics like denim, versus fine fabrics like satin which would fray and tear from the shank attachment. Also see - BEADWORK Handbag decorated with studs Made by - VIVA CALIFORNIA photos provided by substatic
They look like tiny cufflinks and replace buttons on a formal tuxedo shirt.
Worn on men's tuxedo shirts instead of buttons. Also, a term used to describe stud earrings.
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Worn on the shirt to fasten the front instead of buttons.
Jewelry similar to cuff links that are used to close the front of a tuxedo shirt.
Accessories; small ornamental buttons mounted on short posts for insertion through an eyelet next to the shirt button.
Decorative pins that fasten alongside buttons, replacing the standard button for decorative purposes.
A sharp, cone-shaped metal fastener that goes through the fabric and is flattened out to form a flat head in back.
Jewelry inserted into the front button holes of a shirt and replaces the traditional buttons.
Resembling cuff links, studs can replace buttons on a formal tuxedo shirt.
A small ornamental button mounted on a short post for insertion through an eyelet next to the shirt button.
A set of solid buttons with a shank or eye on the back inserted through a buttonhole; used on dress shirts and formal shirts.