Accessories are as important for men as they are for women, but most men tend to forget to give attention to them. If you are one of those men who really want to complete your look at every point in time, the first and most important accessory to pay attention to is the belt.
The belt does not only hold your trousers up, but is also a fashion statement.
In order to make sure you get it right every time you wear a belt, it is important you know how to match it with the right outfit
It is recommended that you have at least two belts in your closet: a good leather belt that comes in great quality for your formal suits or more dressy outfits.
If you are wearing a suit, you should follow the rule that says that your belt needs to match your shoes. A casual belt is the second type of belt every man should own.
Sometimes these belts have bright colours such as green, blue or stripes.
If you are wearing a more casual outfit, like jeans and a casual shirt, your belt can be seen as an accessory and therefore, does not necessarily have to match anything.
The buckle of your belt also plays a vital role when choosing a belt for a particular outfit.
When it comes to the belt buckle, remember that both silver and gold are neutrals, so they go with anything. Dress belts for formal outfits typically have very small, flat belt buckles. The bigger your belt buckles, the less formal it is.
A bold trend doesn’t mean that you should buy a belt with the head of a lion on the buckle, keep things simple and stand out through minimalism.
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