Now that the cold weather is upon us, one question I’m getting often is how to properly tie a sash belt on a coat. Previously I’ve shared my signature bow tie method, bit if you’re looking for something a little more subtle and sleek, I wanted to shared this method that a Burberry sales associate showed me a while back! I love that this method also keeps the belt securely tied without the knot slipping out. Scroll down to watch the video tutorial and see the pinnable step by step below!
These Kurt Geiger mules bring a festive sparkle to any outfit, but I have to admit that they are not very comfortable for me under the jeweled band, which fits loose across my foot even though the length of the shoe fits just right. I’m going to try them with some foam tape underneath as padding to see if that helps. I found a few alternative mules and coats semi-similar to the ones I have on!
Start with one side of the tie much longer than the other and hold it in your dominant hand.
Wrap it around your hand once and pull the tail end through. Essentially, you’re tying a loose knot with this one side of the belt.
Take the other tail end of the belt with your other hand, and thread the tail through the knot you created in step 2.
Pull both tail ends to tighten the knot as needed and make any final adjustments. For instance, I prefer to have my knot slightly to the side rather than right in the middle!
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