How to Belt a Long Blouse

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Long blouses must be belted in a very specific way. Learn how to belt a long blouse with help from a professional image consultant in this free video clip.

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My name is Natalie Jobity and I'm the president of Elan Image Management, an image consulting firm. I am going to show you how to belt a long blouse or top. So, my model Monique is wearing a simple black tunic that came with its own self tie belt. So, I'm going to do what I usually do when I have clients with belts like this. I like to mix it up a little bit. So, I'm going to take the belt off and put my own belt on it. And it will a lot more style and elan to her look. So, we're going to take the belt off, and I'm going to add a hip belt that used to be very stylish back in the day. It never goes out of style. So, it's a chain belt. I'm going to just but the chain belt on a diagonal, and this one clips in the circle, and you got a great little way to belt a long black, you know, tunic-y top, and have a little bit of bling on your hips. And this great if you actually want to accentuate your hips. This is a great way to do that. So, this belt is a leather belt. And it's thicker than the one we had before. It's a whole different way to do a belt in top like this. Again, at the hips, because it's meant for the hips. This one is a pretty funky belt. And for you ladies that like a little fun in your style, this would be a great way to do that. You get a nice funky belt like this, and you just add it to your basic tunic tops. And tunic tops means tops with a longer length like one. And you have another nice lovely belted look. This belt highlights her hips. She has great hips and if you want to add a little bit more curve and get more accent to your hips, this belt.. this belted look does that. So, here she is looking long and fabulous.

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