What A Stud! 12 Spiked Pieces To Grab For Spring

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    When you think of studs, it's likely that images of hardcore bike-riding babes wearing helmets, leather jackets, barely there tops, and ripped acid-washed jeans come to mind. #AmIRight?

    But, that's not the only interpretation. We've found 12 studded pieces that flip the stereotype and still manage to pump up your everyday wardrobe. So, whether you're just giving studs a test-drive or are ready to charge full-speed ahead, these finds can make any outfit fit to ride in style. As for accessorizing with a Harley? Well, that's your call.

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