I haven’t worn belts in awhile, but I’m seriously considering it – especially with the large number of cute belts I’ve been seeing on Pinterest lately. I just realized after all these years that the right belt is like the right pair of shoes. It can make or break an outfit! It’s really hard to find good belts, so why not make your own? I have a cute little polka dot dress that could use a bow belt just like this one. There are so many other options for belts, ranging from wood to leather. Would you like to see what I found? Continue through the jump!
Bright Braided 1 of 11Mix leather cording and rope to make a bold belt statement.
Get the instructions at Sew Mama Sew
Bright Blue 2 of 11Get the bright shade on this belt by adding watercolor paint.
Get the instructions at I Still Love You
Woven Velvet 3 of 11Plain leather gets colorful when woven with bright ribbon.
Learn how to do it yourself at Make Something
DIY Gucci 4 of 11This cool belt incorporates parts from the hardware store.
Find the step-by-step at Honestly WTF
Soft Rosebud 5 of 11This rose bloom belt is easy to make and looks great in a variety of colors.
Find out how it's made at Emily Sparks
Door Knockers 6 of 11This unique belt uses lion drawer pulls as an accent.
Learn how to make it at Honestly WTF
Wood Hippy 7 of 11Revive the 60s with this cool belt made with decorated wood circles.
Find the step-by-step at Make Something
Bondage Rope 8 of 11This bondage inspired belt was made with real rope and just a few other items.
Get the tutorial at Dana's Fashion Blog
Designer Inspired 9 of 11DIY a designer belt with lace and without paying the high price.
Find the how-to at A Lemon Squeezy Home
Pretty Ruffles 10 of 11This ruffle belt adds a sophisticated touch to a dressy outfit.
See how it was done at 100 Layer Cake
Leather and Fabric 11 of 11This unique jersey and leather belt dresses up a plainly colored skirt.
See how it was done at Delia Creates
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