As a fashion statement just like any other, Designer’s belts can be your fashion statement in the truest sense of the word. Your fashion style can be rehashed by a very distinctive and elegant Designer’s belt of your choice. Wearing a Designer’s belt reflects your own sense of good taste, flair and grace in your wardrobe.
With the vast creations provided by popular and respected designers, you would be happy to know that there would be belts designed most especially for your body, personality and social attitude. You just have to be a good fashion researcher of these kinds of belts which you can start by going online or reading about them in the latest fashion magazines.
Belts in all categories, but more evenly, the Designer’s belts are so designed to bring more definition, sophistication, class and stylishness to your wardrobe. Belts can be attractive accessories to your outfits and wearing them can bring out the elegance in you.
There are many belts to complement all types of figures. The Skinny belts way back in the 50’s bring about a reflection of womanliness and feminineness. Then there are the Dyed Leather belts in many hues and tones that can add more color to your wardrobe. Such samples would be the grass green skinny grass belt designed by Ann Taylor and another yellow Katie belt designed by Julie K. These belts bring more emphasis to the waist in such nice pretty and happy colors.
Then there are the Slim Metal Link belts, a sample of which is a chain belt designed by YSL. There is a similar version of the skinny metal belts this time made in metallic leather with a gold plaque buckle so designed by Prada for a more chic and trendy style.
Then there are the gorgeous leather belts with beautifully decorated and adorned buckles by Roberto Cavalli. These are fashionable and trendy with their big and chunky green-stoned adorned belts that would add flair and class even when you wear them with your simple jeans.
You can also go for the thick belts that flatter a slim and curvy figure. A sample Designer’s belt like this would be that of Alexander McQueen’s intense cutout patent leather belt worn with a tight hugging body dress or a tight pencil skirt to bring about the 80’s vixen look. As a contrast to this kind of look, Stella McCarthy came up with the ‘ballerina’ blush pink wide-lace up belt that depicts a sweet, gentle and adorable look if worn with pretty colorful summer dresses and skirts in neutral hues.
You still have a lot of options about wearing Designer’s belts as additional accessories to your outfit. You can find out more about these belts on their website. You would also get good fashionable advice about the proper wearing of belts as appropriate to your body shape and size. Knowing more about style and fashion would certainly make you more self-assured of yourself as a true fashion icon. Be a bit more daring and exploratory about your fashion sense by using Designer’s belts to go with your wardrobe. You’d be happy and satisfied to know that you can’t go wrong if you wear one.