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Buckles and how to use them

Please refer to Scarves?

1.         Utilizing the following Belts for Boots Buckles:

Bling Pink                     YR-JEW;

Bling Peacock              UR-PEA;

Golden Eye                  ET-F5.

 

These three Buckles are designed to enable you to thread the Silk Scarves through them without damage, since no holes are necessary.  Keep in mind, that the Buckles may be worn on the outer side, the front or the back of the ankle.

 

The ends of the Scarves may be slipped;

1.a)      each side over the outer edge, from front to back, of the Buckle, at any angle, cross under the middle "bar" and knot at the back of the Buckle, leaving the ends to hang loosely down from the back; or

1.a.i)    after knotting, slip one, or both ends underneath the scarf around the ankle and hide.Note these ends will slip out, silk is very slippery, therefore you should attempt to slip the ends over, into the *turned edge (Please refer to Tips 1. under Pure Silk Scarves) to secure,

1.b)      each side over the outer edge, from front to back, of the Buckle, at any angle, cross under the middle "bar" and knotted in front of the bar, leaving the ends to flow over the Buckle; or 

1.b.i)    after having knotted the ends you may push each end back through the hole closest and let the ends peep from underneath the Buckle; (move into chosen position)

1.c)      each side  under the outer edge of the Buckle, from back to front and knotted in front of the bar, pushing each end back through the hole closest at the bottom of the Buckle and let the ends peep from underneath the Buckle, or slip underneath sides around ankle;

 

2.         Utilizing the following Belts for Boots Buckles, ignoring the pin so as to protect the Pure Silks Scarves:

Bling Tear Drop            YR-YLX;

Bling Olympic               SA-BTXB397.

 

These two Buckles are designed to enable you to either thread the Silk Scarves through them without damage, or to tie one end to the back bar and hook the pin through the other end through a hole as is being illustrated on the Wide Golden Sashes.

 

The ends of the Scarves may be slipped:

2.a)      heel end from top over bar between back of Buckle, toe end from bottom under bar, over top and knotted at bottom of bar, back of Buckle, leaving ends to flow down, or

2.a.i)    as 2.a above, but add an additional half knot and spread ends out such as the petals of a flower.

 

Please refer to Sashes?

1.         Utilizing the following Belts for Boots Buckles:

Bling Pink                     YR-JEW;

Bling Peacock              UR-PEA;

Golden Eye                  ET-F5.

These three Buckles are designed to enable you to thread the Napa Sashes through them without damage, since no holes are necessary.  Keep in mind, that the Buckles may be worn on the outer side, the front or the back of the ankle.

The ends of the narrow Sashes may be slipped:

1.a)      each side over the outer edge, from front to back, of the Buckle, at any angle, cross under the middle "bar" and knot at the back of the Buckle, leaving the ends to flow loosely down from the back; or

1.a.i)    as a) above, but, after knotting, take ends, one at a time and twirl over back of Buckle from opposite sides, each from closest outer side and push through separate holes in Buckle from back to front;

1.b)      both ends together from top over bar between back of Buckle, and knotted at bottom, of bar at the back of the Buckle, leaving ends to flow down. (However, should the knot slip through, due to the opening between the bar and Buckle, being too large, you may want to slip the heel end from top over bar at back of Buckle, toe end from bottom under bar, over top and knotted at bottom of bar, between the Buckle, leaving ends to flow down.);

1.b.i)    as b) above, but after knotting, take ends, one at a time and twirl over opposite sides to back of Buckle, each from closest outer side and knot above Buckle;                   

1.c)      each side, from opposite position, under the outer edge of the Buckle, from back to front and knot in front of  the bar, pushing each end back through the hole closest at the bottom of the Buckle and let the ends peep from underneath the Buckle, or slip underneath sides around ankle;

1.c.i)    as c) above, but once knotted, do not push ends through completely.  Merely push each tip through slightly and let the remainder form a posy on the top side of the Buckle, over the knot.

 

2.         Utilizing the following Si-Si Buckles, ignoring the pin so as to protect the Sheep Napa     Sashes:

Bling Tear Drop            YR-YLX;

Bling Olympic               SA-BTXB397.

 

These two Buckles are designed to enable you to either thread the Sashes through them without damage, or to tie one end to the back bar, fasten with Velcro and hook the pin through the other end, through a hole.  Now pull the tail end of the belt back, gathering the soft Napa both at the top, with one hand and bottom with the other hand, as is being illustrated on the Wide Golden Sash.

 

The ends of the narrow Napa Sashes may be slipped:

2.a)      both ends together from top over bar at back of Buckle, and knotted at bottom of bar, back of Buckle leaving ends to flow down. (However, should the knot slip through, due to the opening of the bar being too large, you may want to slip the heel end from top over bar, between back of Buckle, toe end from bottom under bar, over top and knotted at bottom bar of Buckle leaving ends to flow down.);

2.a.i)    as a) above, but after knotting, take ends, one at a time from different sides and twirl over back of Buckle, each from closest outer side and knot above Buckle;