Tuesday, 2 August 2011
Belts are one of my favourite accessories, and one of the most essential additions to any outfit.
They may also have their practical uses, however a good belt can literally transform an outfit from drab to fab (excuse the pun). I must have more than 30 belts hanging from various hooks and hangers in my wardrobe and around my room, with each one helping me to achieve a specific look and completing my outfit. Every wardrobe should have a good selection of chunky belts, skinny belts, waist belts, hip belts, brightly coloured belts, vintage belts, gold belts and patterned belts....you can never have too many, believe me. What I really love about a belt is that it can not only help you to achieve a specific look, you can also have fun with them as well as creating a more flattering outfit by nipping you in at the waist and helping you to emphasize the smallest part of your body, so its win, win all round!
I hope I have convinced you to raid the accessories department of the high street retailers and grab a selection of different styles to complete your closet and help you create different looks from the same dress or skirt. Here is a selection currently available in the shops and certainly worth the investment to help you transform an outfit.
Happy shopping : ) xx
Natural skinny faux snakeskin print belt - £12 (also available in tan and red)
Bright yellow leather flower buckle belt from Topshop - £16 (available in a variety of colours)
Skinny faux leopard print belt from Topshop - £16
Black metal stretch tab belt from Topshop - £20
Black mono embellished belt from Miss Selfridge - £25
Cream leather obi belt from Miss Selfridge - £20 (also available in black & red)
Skinny leopard print belt from Dorothy Perkins - £5
Mustard floral print belt from Dorothy Perkins - £5
Green skinny bow buckle belt from Dorothy Perkins - £8
Metallic super skinny belt from ASOS - £6
Skinny dogtooth waist belt from ASOS - £8
Suede Colour block belt from ASOS - £20
Festival purse detail belt from ASOS - £20
Posted by Bambi at 13:10