How to Tie a Sweater Belt

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When tying a sweater belt, you're always going to want to keep a few key things in mind. Tie a sweater belt the right way with help from an experienced fashion professional in this free video clip.

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Hi. I'm Kristie Prince Hale, and today we're going to talk about how to tie a sweater belt. It's really simplistic and I'm going to give you a couple of options that will add some variations to your style. So this first example, we're simply going to take our belt and we're going to bring it around. We want to make sure that our, both sides are even so that we can have a nice even tie. So both sides are even and what we're going to do is just simply take and cross them over and pull through, just like you were tying your shoes, getting ready to tie your shoes. And I'm not going to tie a bow or anything because sweaters tend to be a little bulky. So a bow can come off looking a little bit bulky and a little crazy, so we're simply going to just make sure this is pulled in nicely and just let it hang, just like so. So there you go. There's one option on how to tie your sweater bow. But there's another way to do it and I like this option because it really accentuates the waist and makes it look super tiny. So what we're going to do is bring it forward again and make sure both sides are even and then we're going to cross it around all the way to the back. And then on this backside we're going to just tie it one time. Get it nice and tight so we got a knot right there. And then in the front we're going to just make sure that we line everything up and it gives this nice illusion of like a double belt and really accentuates the waist. So there you go. So as you can see it kind of adds a new way of tying your sweater belt adding a different style and approach to a great addition to most wardrobes. Thanks for joining me on how to tie a sweater belt. I'm Kristie Prince Hale.


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