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Inspired Faux Leather Square Obi Belt

Hey Everyone!!!
Today, I'm coming at you today with an accessory an Obi belt to be more specific.
I've been obsessed with Loewe's Wide Obi Belt since I've seen it on one of my favorite Youtubers. 
As some of you all already know, I love to recreate designer fashion but give a twist to it.
I love doing this at a fraction of the cost to tell the truth I actually did this for FREE..
Yes, FREE with faux black leather I purchased from Wal-Mart years ago.

I love how the belt cinches in your waist, making your silhouette even more dramatic.
Can you say Statement Piece?
It feels more like art to me, such sculpture statement to make. 







Inspiration:

Loewe Wide Obi Belt






It's not really a tutorial, more of a pictorial.
I actually used a old peplum pattern and cut the shape I wanted.
I can't give you dimensions, you'd have to make the shape to want..




When you get the shape you want, you cut the pattern. 
Make sure you cut 2 and cut both on the fold. 
After, cutting 2 take 1 cut out and cut in half that'll be for your back of your belt.



This part reminds you of the Batman symbol but it'll work out in the end. 




Sew both side pieces together just like sewing a peplum..



Another view of side sewn together.


Both sides shown sewed together.




Making you top stitch pulling faux leather toward the back.



After you've top-stitched, cut the tip.




Perfect!!



All done with bottom.



Now measure your waist and cut your length waist by 3' piece of faux leather.
Attach both pieces.


Yes!!!! 
She's fabulous..


Nice..


I also top-stitched all around the belt.


Love Her..


All done...



Side view of belt.



Back of the belt. Haven't finished it yet. 
Just going to sew some heavy duty Velcro on both pieces to make it easier to in and out of. 


Side..


Her Again...


My supermodel in the making...
Yes it can be adjustable..
LOL...


Until Next Time...
ACCESSORY IT CHIC!!!!






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