Jade Leather Obi Belt

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Regular price £89.00
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A beautiful piece of outerwear to compliment the rest of the Jade collection. The Jade leather belt is handmade from the softest nappa leather, with a flattering handsewn centre seam that draws the eye. The lengths of smooth binding attached to each side allow you to wrap the belt around your waist several times to create a visually stunning aesthetic. Style it over our Jade see through mesh dress, or over a crisp white shirt for a fierce and edgy look.

  • Real nappa leather
  • Duchess satin binding straps
  • One Size fits all
  • Wrap around design
  • Model wears: Small
  • Fabric Composition: Real Leather

Delivery

Our lingerie arrives beautifully packaged, wrapped in tissue paper in a luxury box, with an unbranded outer for a discreet delivery.

As everything is handmade in-house, we always have experts here to help with any queries. So please don't hesitate to call us on +44 (0) 113 243 5848 or email info@somethingwicked.co.uk

Caring for leather doesn’t have to be complicated.

We’re going to break it down real simple. All our leather orders come with a leather care guide, but we’re going to debunk any misconceptions about caring for leather, right here, right now, for anyone who is thinking of coming to the Wicked side, but fears the care of leather.

  • Minor marks on the leather should be blotted with a damp cloth; avoid any rubbing.
  • The gusset (that little bit of material that lines your panties) is perfectly safe to hand-wash in cold water with a mild detergent.
  • If the leather becomes wet, leave your Something Wicked intimates to dry flat in a room temperature room.
  • Did you know we created a 100% natural leather polish to care for your Something Wicked garments? A gentle buff with some of our polish and your garments will be as though they were brand new.
  • We recommend specialist dry cleaning your Something Wicked lingerie, although it isn’t necessary after every wear (just like a leather jacket!).
  • See, that wasn’t difficult was it?