Belt-Up: The fashion that holds things in place

Here we are going to talk about a heavily relied upon fashion tool called a ‘belt’ often seen holding things in the right way it should be. But it's very often that we praise or don this so called fashion device. It's a crucial part of every men’s dressing, be it a date or just casually hanging around with friends.

I used to be a black belt for a while now..(sorry not in martial arts sence, that came out wrong) but I recently came across a brown belt (again no karate involved) and I experimented it with brown leather shoes with black trousers and a white shirt and it became my favorite, now I wear it everywhere (figure of speech, ignore the double meaning).

But it seems as if a dormant fashion statement could lie in the belt section, although when it comes to fashion men are often blunt about a lot of things. Especially when it comes to shoes and belts (often T-shirts, we are slobs at times and we latch on to one thing till it turns into rags or gets lost somewhere) I think people should be more open about experimenting with more variety, colour and style.

Hey it's nothing wrong, we gotta look cool all the time, it's genetics. But it won't work unless you put in effort. People open those ecom browsers, look at those corner stores explore, there's actually a lot of type of belts that can be worn, mixed and matched with.

The iconic black belt

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Always stealing the spot light with its reliability and compatibility with anything and everything.

Care for a brownie?

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Enjoying the sweet adventurous lime light is the leather brown belt

Going green

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Yea! Green belts exists and look good with a lot of clothes, but don’t go thinking wearing it will reduce earth’s temperature.

Prints and shapes? Are they cool?
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Of course they go well with casual tees and the torn denim look, paired with some sneakers.

And last but not least, the much awaited Invisible Belt, sound like something from the future right? But don’t worry nothing like that exists, I’m only kidding or am I?

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