Belt Giveaway!

I’m going through another all black phase that I seem to remember also going through around this time last year…

….this time round I think it’s the result of all the Twilight and True Blood I’ve been absorbing of late.

Jumpsuit- Evans

Jacket- Evans

Bag- Borrowed/ stolen/ liberated from my mom’s wardrobe

Shoes- Evans (yes, most of my clothes come from this one store)

Necklace- Mikey

Belt- Made by me!……. which is where the “giveaway” bit comes in.

Oh yes ladies, I am having a giveaway! I’ve started making belts (again)which will be available to purchase online from Saturday and between now and then I’m giving you the chance to win the one pictured…

…This belt comprises of strips of ribbon stitched to a black leather base and lined with satin. The ribbon is on the front half only and the back half is elastic with a press stud fastening. Belt will be custom-made to fit.

To enter all you have to do is leave a comment on this post telling me how you would wear this belt and on what occasion. The contest ends on Saturday 7th November, 21.00 GMT when a winner will be chosen. Good luck! 



27 Comments on “Belt Giveaway!”

  1. Claire says:

    I would wear this fabulous belt with a delicious dress that has been lurking in the back of my wardrobe for a year. And why this fabulous dress not seen the light of day? Why – because I’ve never found a belt that would both fit and do it justice…!

  2. Danielle says:

    Actually this belt could take a tour around my closet. Perfect for jazzing up simple dresses but I would definitely add it to a pair of dark denim.

  3. OtherClaire says:

    I would wear this belt with just about everything. hell, I’d even wear it over my pyjamas, it’s so fabulous.

  4. Margaret says:

    I’d wear it with my domino dress from Beth Ditto/Evans. Or with a plain t-shirt and jeans.

  5. Ruth says:

    I would wear this belt with the beautiful zebra print dress I got from the evans sale. It was only a tenner and it fits like a dream! I canny wait for the weekend so I can go out dancing in it, and that lovely belt would just set it off! (along with some nice purple courts :))


  6. Jessica says:

    I am required to wear black at work everyday, so i would wear this belt a lot to add texture to any outfit.
    I would also wear it to crown a high waisted black skirt with my gray sequin shirt. or with a classic white shirt and my new Lane Bryant sequin vest.
    very textured menswear with a biker edge.

  7. Rhonda says:

    I would wear the belt with a 1950’s inspired dress that I bought at Addition Elle. It black but it needs a great black belt to give it some pizzaz OR, I would wear it over a White Dress Shirt to really showcase the ribbon detail 🙂

  8. It’s perfect for all the upcoming holiday parties!
    I’d wear it with some fabulous body-con dress with super high heels. It’s so cool, by the way!

  9. polianarchy says:

    Wow, I love this! I think it would look amazing over a brightly colored dress, either in a jewel tone or a neon. I’d play around with how I wore the ribbons — over one hip, or front-to-back like a bustle. Pick me, pick me!

  10. Jenny says:

    I am thinking I would love to own this belt to pair with a slouchy tunic or a vintage shift dress that could use some extra definition and interest at the waist. Even better…wear it with a tucked in t-shirt/cropped jacket and mini skirt. Fun fun fun!

  11. Lisa says:

    Wow! You know what I would do with this belt? I would wear it with any of my bright tops which doesn’t cling to my waist, a dress… I’ll wear it day and night, whether it’s for my class or a night out. Also, I would believe it or not if possible try to put this around my neck over a plain top/t-shirt…there are such possiblities isn’t there?

  12. Pegaita says:

    I would wear it all the time.. even if it didn’t match.. Like wear it with sweat suits, with a bathing suit.. Just because it is LIKE THAT! The cool this is… This belt is so amazing, you can get away with wearing ti with just abt anything.. I would wear it with an amazing white Tank, a black pencil skirt, some patten leather black heals and RED lipstick! voile! Simple-chic!

  13. juliette says:

    I would wear this belt with my black leather skirt, patterned tights, flat patent Burberry boots (thrift) black drape tank and red leather jacket. Please post the link where it can be purchased as soon as your belts are available – I’ll probably buy it if I don’t win!

  14. christina says:

    ooh that is amazing!

    like you, i am in an all-black phase too! i want to wear it as a statement necklace over an all-black sequin body con dress! worn with a black bomber (like the gorgeous ruffled leather one from LB), black tights and amazingly high paltform heels! omg, it would be so amazing

  15. BRITTANY says:

    I envision this belt over a crisp white shirt tucked into my dark denim skinny jeans. I’d wear my gold pumps and big gold jewelry.

  16. Fiona says:

    i would wear the belt with a very clean, structured grey dress, because it would give it just the pop it needs.. and pair it with a fierce pair of booties..

  17. Natalie says:

    This totally reminds me of the top layer of a peplum dress, so I’d wear it over a form fitting dress, probably pink or purple with a vivid pattern in order to create a vibrant bunch of textures. If I was brave I’d actually wear it over a playsuit (anyone know where I can get one in an AU24?!) I’d accessorise with chunky heels and a clutch purse with a long lariat length necklace (I’m feeling leather, I’d probably make one myself!)

    It’s coming up to a sweltery summer here in Brisbane, Australia – so I’d wear it to all the parties on humid evenings!

  18. Ingrid says:


    I am a vintage collector which is difficult because i’m a BIG girl, but still, somehow i manage to complete my style. There is nothing more beautiful then a well dressed plus size woman !<3

    I would wear it over a high waisted skirt and a simple blouse, for a trip to the cafe or on a date, or with a black sleek dress with som sexy 5" heeles , some gloves, and back seemed fishnet stockings, to get the sexy dita von teese'ish pin up look.

    This belt is so me ! Needs to have it !

  19. Dutch-girl says:

    Wow, love this belt. I would ware it with a pretty red of black long gothic dress.

    looks good with our jump suit too 🙂

  20. Shanté says:

    this is the perfect belt to give a quiet outfit a fantastic look. I would wear it to work with slacks and a dress shirt and great shoes to give my outfit a classy and original look or with leggings and a tunic to give it a dressier side.
    it’s beautiful and you’re very talented.

  21. Divine says:

    I would totally wear it on a colorful dress or with jeans and a white shirt and funky heals.

  22. Vanoue says:

    I would wear this belt on a short dress, but not on my tommy, I would wear on my back so that i’d look like a french cancan girl.

  23. Crystal says:

    I would wear it with a white burnout tee right under the bust with a bodycon black skirt so it will look like a structure dress instead of separate. black perforated booties with opague purple tights

  24. Bronxgirl1 says:

    I need this belt in my wardrobe. I would wear it to work with a pencil skirt and a button down satin blouse. I think this belt would give my outfit a sophisticated edge.

  25. Shanté says:

    who won!!!!!!!!!
    very excited about this contest, even featured it on my blog!

  26. OSUN Designs says:

    I LOVE your belt!!! I am very seldom floored by clothing or accessories, as I am a clothing designer myself but, I have to say your belt ROCKS! I live in New York but I was born in London, perhaps when I go to London I’ll come and see you for a BELT! Fab darling!

  27. Elle Ash says:

    You are a very creative woman!

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