This belt has recently become a staple of mine. There’s something about it that reminds me of my heritage so much. Like the Chinese sashes that matched my dresses that my mom would dress me up in on special occasions when I was a kid. Or a Japanese Obi (I’m not Japanese, although the classic Japanese kimono is such a work of art to me). The only difference is that these traditional types of sashes are not just decorative, but definitive of class, or a system of categorization. This one? Well, it’s purely decorative, and it has been doing loads for my wardrobe. Take this simple yet perfect black silk jumpsuit, for example. I love the waist tie that it originally came with, but I also love wearing it loose without any tie at all. But this Tovi Sorga leather sash adds a whole new dimension to the meaning of a fitted jumpsuit. Perfectly cinched at the waist with some unexpected personality. The different colored patterns nearly hypnotic with the way they move around the leather. It cane be worn this way and that way to complement all the different ways that I want to be. It’s perfect.