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Choosing the Right Men’s Belt If you’re an average guy, you probably don’t have the money or even the time to look for the perfect ostrich belt. That’s shouldn’t discourage you though. It will be easy to find a belt rack in any quality department store downtown. Of course, every belt will come with its own size tag. Buy a size bigger is the rule of the thumb. That means if your waist 33 or 34, you should aim for a 36-40 belt. Belts are supposed to be an accessory, so it shouldn’t be your wardrobe’s centerpiece. Even if you fantasize about being a head-turner with zebra skin wrapped around your waist, don’t be tempted into getting a belt that’s more expensive than your shoes, or worse, your suit. A decent range for a belt is around $30 to $100.
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So you have a belt on your rack that’s been there the entire week. It’s finally Friday and you just feel you need to show it off. The problem is, the belt’s a blackie and the shoes you want to wear are brown. How do you solve something like this? The simplest rule in wearing a dress belt is that it must share the color and finish of the shoes. A shiny black belt can only go with a shiny black pair of shoes. Very simple. If you want a little more flexibility, go for casual belts. Doesn’t matter what color or finish they have – they’ll always go well with sneakers and jeans. It’s definitely easy, except when you’re wearing boots. That’s when things can get really iffy. Regardless of their price, boots are almost always casual footwear. But as they are made from leather, the dress belts rule holds – same color, same finish. It’s quite complicated, but shiny black boots go with a shiny, black, casual belt. And remember to consider the buckle size. Bigger buckle means more casual belt. Belt-buying Don’t’s Are you confused by all these rules about belts, buckles and leather finishes? The following are basic guidelines to keep in mind: > Forget garish, extra-large buckles, including metal-studded belts form 1998, S&M style. > Forget belted shorts, unless you’re sailing, golfing or having lunch at a country club. > Dress belts never go with jeans, and casual belts should never be worn with dress slacks. >Don’t wear a belt with a hole you actually punched yourself. > If your waistline is getting bigger, get a bigger belt or go in the gym. If you recently lost weight, find a new belt. How Store Your Belt Belts must be hung vertically and stored away from direct sunlight, which can dry them out and cause them crack. Most men would leave their belts in their pants or wrapped around a pole. This isn’t a good practice because it keeps the belt in a loop, which will curve the leather and break the seams.