Drop + The British Belt Co. Pienza Belt
Drop + The British Belt Co. Pienza Belt
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We’re back with The British Belt Co. to bring you a luxury belt you’ll want to wear everywhere. Hand-stitched in England with Italian full-grain leather, our Pienza Belt is a great fit for formal wear and everyday attire.

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john.webb
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Drop Studio
Nov 18, 2019
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We are upping our game with the The British Belt Company. Our newest collaboration was inspired by a trip to TBBC's factory in Uppingham where they were building some next-level belts for a Saville Row maker. We teamed with TBBC using a rich pebble grain leather and then lined it with an extremely velvety natural nubuck. Hand-finished feathered edges and a very substantial brass buckle makes this not only the most impeccably detailed belt, but also the most versatile belt we've made so far, great with semi-formal (read suit) and casual wear. The exterior and interior leathers are both sourced from industry bellwether tanneries in Tuscany both exceptional in their purpose and handfeel. This is a sure bet in any man's wardrobe that will give them decades of good looks and keeping one's pants in place.
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tegeus-Cromis
255
Nov 23, 2019
Could you share what makes this significantly better than the Miller belt, which cost a lot less?
Sure - the biggest difference is the Pienza leather, both the external leather and the liner are of higher quality. The buckle is also much more substantial and elevated quality.
Uglymonkey913
6
Jul 1, 2020
Gosh darn it. I waited too long before buying... was trying to get a Brown - 32. Has anyone kept track of when it was last available or when it will be in stock?
Dotnub
59
Nov 24, 2019
Comes in brown and black?
Yes.
Joe405
241
Nov 24, 2019
Why are the belts on MD always so wide? I know many Americans have large waists, but 1.25" would have been a much more versatile width. Anything wider should be reserved for strictly casual jeans belts
tegeus-Cromis
255
Nov 25, 2019
They have sold 1–1.25" belts before. I guess this one is more on the casual side, which makes sense given the grain.
RayF
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Nov 23, 2019
Note to model: Congrats on the diet; now you need a new belt--yours no longer fits!
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Check out MDs Pienza belt drop for a replacement: https://drop.com/buy/drop-the-british-belt-company-pienza-belt#overview They're definitely overpriced, but you being a big-time, fancy-pants, supermodel and all, could probably swing it.
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Gleo
4
Nov 22, 2019
Nice belt, and I need one but can't wait two months. In today's world of next day delivery i don't see how this business model is sustainable.
tegeus-Cromis
255
Nov 23, 2019
Makers like Meermin, Gustin, and Beckett Simonon show that a good number of people are willing to accept delayed delivery to get a better deal. Drop appeals to that same group.
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