Overalls + Dungarees Hardware Kit

$7.00 USD
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Put the finishing touch on your overalls or dungarees with our beautiful, custom-made hardware kit. Available in an antique brass or nickel finish, our high-quality buckles and buttons will lend a professional look to your make. Be sure to add an extra set of buttons if you need buttons at the hip!

Each kit includes:

  • Two x overall buckles in antique brass or nickel
  • Two x strap sliders in antique brass or nickel
  • Five x 17-mm jeans buttons with sturdy, solid cap (includes enough buttons for the buckles, one at each hip on the waistband, plus one extra for practice)
  • Optional: add five additional buttons to replace lapped zipper with button closure at each hip
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Shipping & Returns

From our studio in beautiful Montreal, Canada, we are delighted to ship to makers worldwide. Shipping is free on Canadian and US orders over $150

We ship globally! Non Canadian and US orders and orders under 150$ are calculated by weight.

Orders outside of Canada are subject to customs and duties and are the sole responsibility of the customer. Orders to the US under 800$ are duty-free.

We are committed to investing in sustainability initiatives to counteract the environmental impact of shipping. We offset our carbon footprint by contributing funds for every package shipped to supporting projects that remove excess carbon dioxide from the environment.

We leave a 24 hour buffer before shipping to allow for cancelled orders. Once your order is cut, it is final. For more questions on shipping and returns, consult our Shipping & Returns FAQ.

Customer Reviews

Based on 20 reviews
Sarah H.
Not very sturdy - would not recommend!

I had a hard time with these! The buttons themselves were much harder to get in than other ones I've used - after bending two (being as careful as I possibly could) and not getting a single one to go in I ended up using other ones I owned, which is a bummer. I hate to throw things away but they aren't usable. The overall snap end keeps falling off, too. It came off while I was out and I spent the day walking around with one strap overalls like an elementary school kid. I wanted to like them, they are pretty!

Adriana R.
Jenny Overalls hardware

I got these to use in the Jenny Overalls, and found them easy to install. One of the posts bent a little, so I'll have to keep an eye on it, but otherwise, they worked well.

Kara Lake
Bad Batch?

I’ve made many pairs of Jenny’s and several pairs of Persephone pants using the hardware from these kits. Until recently, the hardware was easy to install and stayed securely in place (although I’ve learned from experience not to run these through the dryer.)
I purchased a kit recently, and had so much difficulty installing. The shanks on the majority bent with one tap of the hammer; some managed to engage with the button, but are largely misaligned and wonky. Many didn’t engage at all, but simply bent, rendering them useless.
Although the product was disappointing, customer service has been exemplary throughout this ordeal. I’ve exchanged photos and details over email and the support team at Closet Core sent me a new kit and are continuing to evaluate their product. 1 star for the kit; 5 for the staff.

Maggi Randall
Great hardware

The antique brass hardware from Core Fabrics is classic and beautiful. I made a pair of gold denim overalls with white topstitching and the brass color was a perfect complement . I had no trouble with buttons but used a press to install them. The kit is very reasonably priced and includes extra buttons .

Rachel W.
Troublesome buttons

The hardware is beautiful and sturdy, except the buttons, which didn’t fit well onto the posts. Every one of my buttons (8!) is misaligned, with the button shank bent out of line. It seemed like the posts were just a little too big for the button shank. I tested with another brand I had on hand and it worked fine, and I’ve set jeans buttons plenty of times in the past without this much trouble. And, yes, I watched the video on Closet Core’s blog after I struggled with the first. Now I’m just waiting for my poorly set buttons to pop off with wear and then I’ll replace them with what I had on hand. I also had to use pliers on the buckle to squeeze the narrow part in a bit more so it would actually snap when buckling to the bib button. That was easy compared to the button setting fiasco. It just seemed like the set pieces didn’t really fit together.

Hi Rachel, We're so sorry to hear about the buttons. Thank you for letting us know about this issue though. We'll forward your feedback to our customer service and they'll be in touch shortly. Best regards

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