The belt is a mysterious and often overlooked part of our accessories library. At this moment of utilitarianism and “it” accessories, our feelings about these waist cinchers have recently changed from “meh” to essential. Think you can’t wear a belt? Think again! This is the perfect way to refine the look and shape. Here are the 5 belts that every woman needs in the spring wardrobe.
1. A PRINTED BELT
Loved by classics, academics and gorgeous girls, the correct printed belt of the leopard print (or zebra or cheetah) can dramatically change the monotonous outfit. We like it with cargo shorts and striped men’s buttons or high-rise flared pants and pleated t-shirts.
2. A WAIST BELT
A simple belt can completely modify a piece of clothing, which is amazing. With the quick closure, almost anything you wear will be pulled together immediately. This wardrobe must-have item is the perfect style to wear a coat to shape your look.
Tip: If you wear a robes with buttons or long shirts, keep the last two buttons open to create a more glamorous drape and add a street style to your look.
3. A TIE BELT
The belt directly above the waist is the perfect complement to a wrapped or straight dress. It is not only an influential statement, but it also defines and creates a lovable atmosphere at the main waist. Plus? Finally, you can get ideas through relationships. Wrap them, tie them or stuff them – it depends on you.
4. THE BRAIDED BELT
The braid has been around for decades – for a reason. Woven leather allows you to adjust the size of the belt anyway, so you can wear it on your hips, waist or any place you like. Its size really matches your personalization. This spring, try to design a ring knot at the waist to update the simple youth cloth top.
5. THE SCARF BELT
This temporary belt is a fashion secret for a few people. Not only can the silk scarf be worn around the neck, the hair, as a wrist strap, but also on a leather handbag, but it is a lightweight way to add color or print to a simple look.
Tip: The key here is to make sure your scarf is long enough for the head to gently stick to the waist. If it is too short, you will eventually increase the volume around your hips.