What better way to show off your love of LEGO than by wearing accessories made from the stuff?! We’ve rounded up our favourite wearable LEGO creations to inspire your next stylish build.
Earrings, bracelets, necklaces, oh my! There are so many ways to get creative with LEGO parts when it comes to jewellery, and it can all be done for pretty cheap. All you need to do is invest in a drill or a hot glue gun, some earring hooks or studs, some necklace chains or elastic and you’ll be on your way. You can even make rings following the same principle! For more detailed instructions, check out the below builds.
Make LEGO earrings here | Make a LEGO necklace here | Make a LEGO bracelet here
P.S. If you're looking to purchase ready-made LEGO jewellery, check out CacyCat!
Is there any cooler accessory than LEGO sunglasses? Probably not. Pop on a pair of LEGO shades as you go about your day and prepare for the compliments to roll on in. They’re pretty easy to make, too, with a tonne of instructions to be found on the internet. Our personal favourite are these easy peasy, Matrix-esque sunglasses by Ultimate Bricks.
Make LEGO sunglasses here
Whether you’re adding LEGO bricks to them or building them entirely out of the colourful bricks, you’ll be putting your best foot forward in a pair of LEGO shoes. We love the idea of gluing LEGO bricks to a basic pair of heels or sandals, but we’ve decided to share a wow-worthy MOC that builds an entire shoe out of LEGO pieces. Building them is one thing – actually wearing them around is the real challenge!
Make LEGO shoes here
Add a touch of colour and fun to your next formal outing with your own DIY LEGO bowtie! In fact, who says you need to be going somewhere fancy to rock this cool creation? You can build this accessory using any colours you like, allowing you to perfect match any outfit or theme.
Make a LEGO bowtie here
Taking inspiration from the wonderful Frances who runs the Minifigure section at our pop-up events, there’s no way we could leave LEGO caps off this list! While you can certainly pick up a ready-made LEGO cap to start building on, you can save your cash and make one from scratch, too. Once complete, all you need to do is decide which scene you’re going to create on your cap – the hardest part, if you ask us!
Make a LEGO cap here