You might think that the belt is a must-have item in your closet, keeping your jeans in place and tightening your waist when you wear them. We also agree that a good statement can add more life to any collection.
Referring to PopSugar, “Belts have never really been anywhere.” But when you see designers collecting them in collectibles, trend-makers like Kendall Jenner use her shirts with Gucci belts. Former First Lady Michelle Obama used them as her signature accessory from the first day, knowing that the trend is rising.
A large number of belts of different colors, lengths and buckle sizes are displayed on the recent runway. Gucci’s brown belt and fierce cat buckle caught our attention. Although Altuzarra has a printed fabric belt and a complex crest-shaped buckle, it is more feminine.
Studs also plays a role in the Alexander McQueen and Monse series. Eva Chen even found the latter in the front row of New York Fashion Week.
At the same time, Oscar de la Renta and Proenza Schouler adopted a softer and slimmer approach. The former uses soft tones, the latter just uses geometric design to decorate their 2017 vacation collection.
The corset-type belt has also proven to be a fashion contender. WhoWhatWear Australia discovered this, after which Christina Centenera called Kim Kardashian Vogue Australia. In addition, when Prada launched a lace-up denim corset for their fall/winter 16 collection.
Similarly, The Row and 3.1 Phillip Lim also showcased this black and white accessory. For more colorful things, Anna Sui’s velvet belt is embroidered with a large purple rose, which is now sold out by Net-a-Porter.