There are some decades that always inspire me, and the ’50s is one of them. Wearing high waist trousers with a belt is a look I wanted to pull off for a long time, yet every time I’ve put it on I feel like I’m trying too hard, you know?
This belt is made in Sweden at a tannery called Tärnsjö Garveri using only tanning acids made from oak bark. Producing leather in a way that’s safe for the environment is more time consuming than conventional tanning, but the result is so much better.
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