Our current Cotton Canvas material is being discontinued as we prepare to release a new, 100% recycled Cotton Canvas this spring. Learn more about this discontinuation and our new Cotton Canvas here.
As a farewell surprise, we’ve created our three belt styles—Asawa, Greta, and Serpentine—in our current Cotton Canvas for those of you who want to complete your current Cotton Canvas outerwear pieces with a matching belt. These belts will be available for the duration of the Cotton Canvas discontinuation until March 1 or until we run out of fabric, whichever comes first. Because they are limited edition, please note we are unable to offer discounts on canvas belts.
Thin, winding, and delicate, this wrap belt can be worn so many different ways. I wanted to capture the layered, overlapping bound look of Grecian waist ties—textured, effortless, and never overwrought. You can use this belt to take our most oversized, fluid garments and create transformative shapes; subtle curves or dramatic cinching add endless options to your wardrobe. Wear it wrapped around the waist twice, crisscrossing, to create dynamic layers with the garment underneath. Knot in the front or back using a simple square knot or a sweeter bow, or wrap cleanly around the waist with no peek at the garment in between the belt layers for a sharp, crisp look. Wrap just once and leave long tails for a romantic, trailing look with lots of motion. There are infinite ways to style this light, versatile piece.
My favorite way to wear this belt is in monochromatic outfits with a matching jacket or dress, but contrast is also eye-catching. Use this canvas version to close open-front jackets or to cinch in a sweater dress at the waist.
Love the idea of belting your ES? Check out the Serpentine in other fabrics and colors, as well as our other accessories here!