Your Guide to Cheap Belts
Cheap belts are a superb way to increase your outfit opportunities without spending a fortune on new clothes. Cheaper than many other accessories, belts are the way forward for creating stylish new looks but with the huge selection of cheap belts available, where should you start when choosing yours? Check out the guide below for some top tips...
• The best colours in cheap belts
Whether you are forking out on belts from top designers or investing in cheap belts, there is a trio of belt colours that no man should be without - black, deep brown and tan. You can back these up with canvas belts for casual wear but don’t go too over the top with colours or patterns as you’ll risk looking like a teenager. Black, brown and tan belts have the added bonus of going with more stuff so you’ll get much more use out of these classic shades.
• The best material for cheap belts
Obviously if you’re going for cheap belts then exotic animal skins such as crocodile or ostrich are out of the question as you’ll be heading into the hundreds of pounds price margin with these. Generally most belts are made from cow leather and you should be able to pick up a decent leather belt for around twenty quid. If you’re looking for really cheap belts then manmade materials can come to your rescue such as PVC which is often manufactured to look just like leather and these belts retail at around ten to twenty pounds. If these cheap belts are still too much then stick to canvas belts which you should be able to pick up for less than ten quid.
• The best detailing on cheap belts
Garish, over detailed belts can look cheap and nasty and also have the added horror of being completely impractical to wear. Many designers like to splash their brand across belts to ensure everyone knows where you bought your cool belt from but don’t be sucked in by this blatant attempt at free advertising. When it comes to cheap belts, less is more as the belt should work with your outfit and not draw too much attention. If you love your labels then designers such as Henleys, Firetrap and Bench all do a great collection of highly wearable branded belts which get the balance right between showing off your label loyalty and still looking stylish and many of the styles are less than twenty quid. If you want cheap belts with detailing but studs are too much for formal clothes then woven or distressed leather are excellent ways to make your cheap belts look far more expensive than they are thanks to the intricate attention to detail.
Cheap belts are must have wardrobe items as they can give outfits a totally different look and therefore allow you to get more out of your clothes. Whether you are looking for smart or casual cheap belts, Reem Clothing have a huge selection to buy online.
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