Levi'S Women'S Casual Leather Belt
- 100% Genuine Leather
- Pull On closure
- Hand Wash Only
- LEATHER STRAP: This women's belt has a 1.4" strap, perfect for cinching around your waist in your 505 jeans or with a cute dress. The genuine leather strap will elevate your outfit, while also matching any ensemble with its universal color. However, the strap isn't the only thing that will take your outfit to the next level.
- MODERN STYLE: With the sleek circle harness buckle, your outfits will be perfectly cinched in this trendy perforated silhouette. It is the perfect buckle and strap combo that will match all of your everyday outfits. The strap features an English tip which has a point that slides into the buckle and finishes off the whole look.
- SIMPLE SIZING: This casual belt includes 7 holes along the strap, so you are guaranteed to find your perfect fit. You can wear this belt at any part of the torso, from high waist to low hip, and with any outfit option you choose. Choose an X-Small (0-2), Small (4-6), Medium (8-10), Large (12-14), X Large (14-16), and XX-Large (18-20).
- CLASSIC LEVI'S: Worn by miners, cowboys, rebels, rock stars, presidents and everyday men and women, these functional pieces were the clothes people not only worked in—they lived their lives in, too. Make your timeless branded style known with the engraved Levi's logo on the metal buckle.
- TOP-NOTCH QUALITY: This belt is made of high quality genuine leather so that your priceless outfits will be complemented by an equally reliable accessory. You can count on this Levi's belt to be flexible, on-trend, and long-lasting, just like our tried and true jeans.
In 1852, Levi Strauss, an immigrant from Bavaria, opened a dry goods company in San Francisco at the height of the California Gold Rush. While he was working, he recognized a need among hardworking people: clothes built to endure anything. He and tailor Jacob Davis combined copper rivet reinforcements with tough denim, leading to the first manufactured waist overalls in 1873. Today, we call them "blue jeans."