Not Just A Belt

Disclosure: I received complimentary Livybelts for the sole purpose of this review. No other compensation was provided. All opinions expressed are 100% mine.

AFM BeltMy teenage girls are very tiny. Neither one of them weigh over 100 pounds yet and they are 17 and 15. I know what you are thinking they must have some kind of eating disorder right but nope they are just very petite. They have always been like that. I can remember when I used to fit into size 2’s but that was  a long time ago. Because they are so tiny they have problems finding clothes that fit them properly. Their jeans have to have adjustable waist bands or they have to wear belts with extra holes poked in them. One of the things that they both absolutely love to wear are leggings and yoga pants but because they are so little they sometimes can not find ones that fit their tiny waists. That is why when asked to try out the LivyBelt waistband, I jumped at the chance.

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First I was impressed with the quality of this waistband. My girls fell in love with the designs. They loved how they could even use them as away to extend their shorter shirts. Because of school dress code policy some of their shirts are a little shorter so they put these over their jeans to extend their shirts and still be in compliance with dress code. I will have to say that because they are such fashionistas they also found another way to wear these belts. Maddie just yesterday wore her belt as a headband and she looked very cute in it. Mikaela uses her to push her hair away from her face when she is applying and taking off her makeup. So you see these belts have multiple purposes, so they aren’t just a belt.

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Here is some more information about the LivyBelt waistband. LivyBelt™ is sized “one-size-fits-most” waists, 14″-25″, which equates to most 2 to 10-year-olds. The product works best on kids that are taller, but with a slimmer frame, i.e., have an issue of buying yoga pants that fit in the length, but then have a large gap at the waist. Or, buy the correct fitting waist and then have “high-waters.”

The traditional LivyBelt™, called the “Lexi” style—for both boys and girls—offers the extra support little ones need in the waist, while not changing the look of the ensemble. Simply place around the waist, and let the shirt fall over the Lexi belt. Voila! No one will know your little one is sporting the LivyBelt™.

They come in  two styles for the mini-fashionista who likes to mix trendy colors and patterns: the “Lizzy,” and the “Lila,”—which offers a stylish bow. Lizzy and Lila styles are meant to be worn over shirts and bottoms, creating a fun fashion statement. Both styles offer the same reinforced waistband, but worn on the outside of the clothes, these styles add extra flair with fun patterns to match any child’s personality.

So what are waiting for check them out for yourself!!!

afm sponsor postI received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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