A sash for the waist; a girdle.
An overlapping waistband with Velcro used to secure a Buoyancy Compensator snugly around the diver's waist.
A buckled sash fastened about the waist (always with the pleats facing up) to cover the trouser waistband. The cummerbund should match the vest and/or bow-tie; all of these accessories are available in a wide range of colors and patterns these days, from stripes to florals.
The waist band worn with the tuxedo, usually standard in black or red. Pleats always face up..
Wide cloth band worn as a waist sash. Part of traditional male dress in India, Iran and South America, later adopted by men as an alternative to a waistcoat and by women as a belt. examples
a broad pleated sash worn as formal dress with a tuxedo
a belt-like decorative garment worn about the waist
a large band of pleated fabric worn around the waist in lieu of a vest
Pleated sash worn around the waist. Worn instead of a vest or suspenders. Worn with pleats facing up.
Accessory; a broad sash worn over the waistband of the pants. Pleats are worn with the opening facing up.
This is a broad sash worn around a man's waist on top of his shirt but under the jacket. They are usually black, but may be any color required.
A silk or satin sash as an alternative to a vest worn at the waist and covering the trousers waistband. A cummerbund should be worn with the pleats facing up.
A broad sash, usually pleated lengthwise and worn over the waistband of pants, with the pleats' opening facing upwards.
A formalwear sash worn at the waist. These are mostly pleated, however there are some designer styles which have diagonal pleats and fancy patterns. The pleats open upward.
a pleated band of fabric like silk or satin that is worn around the waist
(kum'-er-bund') A broad sash, especially one that is pleated lengthwise and worn as an article of formal dress, as with a dinner jacket. Worn so the open side of the pleats are up (as if to hold opera tickets).
Worn around the waist, a buckled sash covering the waistband of the formal trousers.
Waistband of solid black silk made with pleats, to be worn with dinner jacket. Darts A fold of fabric stitched to a point at one or both ends, giving shape to a garment. Egyptian cotton From Egypt, inherent characteristic long staple; Fibres produced are long compared to other types of cotton.
A cummerbund is a broad waist sash, usually pleated, which is often worn with black tie. The cummerbund was first adopted by British military officers in colonial India and later spread to civilian use. The modern day use of the cummerbund is as an elegant fashion accessory to complement the wearing of a tuxedo during formal evening occasions.