I was cruising Karmaloop yesterday when I came across these cool Lego belt buckles and pins which are made from real Legos. The brown and cream Damier and green and orange Gucci belt buckles both come in at $75 each, while the Pac-Man brooch and Bow Tie will set you back $100 and $125 respectively. Although I dig the retro feel that takes me back to my Lego-obsessed days, I'm not sure if they're worth shelling out that much dough to own. I'm sure some crafty geek could DIY these suckers. What do you think?
Since I recently suggested you repurpose your belt buckles as frames, when I came across a belt buckle for sale used in the same way, I couldn't help but share! The Domestikate Custom Belt Buckle ($26) was originally used to hold polished rock and gemstone pieces, and it has a D-ring on its back side, so it can actually be used as a buckle or just as a decorative frame. I love its 1970s Western theme, and think it just begs for a black-and-white cowboy image inside. The seller will print your photo to size and set it in the frame with a plastic protection sheet in front. Pretty neat, huh?
If you've ever had a problem sticking your nano in your pockets you might want to consider doing two things. No. 1 is buying some looser jeans. No. 2 is checking out the Nano belt buckles, which are sure to generate a lot of questions.
TuneBuckle is a funky and funny iPod nano case made out of aluminum. We have taken great care to produce a product of the highest quality and design. The makers suggest the design allows you to "carry your nano to the grocery store, to the club, or to the board room," and while I am slightly confused why you would need your nano in a board room or a club, I'm intrigued. read more