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How To Select Your Belt And Accentuate Your Figure?

Wearing a belt that matches your shirt will help you prolong your upper body. A belt is a stylish accessory that makes your overall look sultry.

Today, there are so many types of belts available in the market, but you should know which belt shapes your silhouette make you look like a fashionista.

For Pear shaped body

If your hip is your most defining feature, then you are pear-shaped. To balance your hips with your torso, wear a regular-width belt around your lower waist. A slim leather belt right below your bust will create flayer in your dress and will make you look sexier.

For Hourglass body

The body type of the hourglass is very balanced at the top and bottom, and the waist is clearly effective. Exquisite belts, elastic bands, and large buckles are perfect for fitting the waist and maintaining a uniform proportion.

For Apple shape type body

If you are an apple shape, it means you have a fuller body and your bust and waist are about the same width. Wear a delicate belt just below your belly and style your top like a balloon to hide your love handles.

For Straight body type

If your body is straight, attach the belt over the hip to give a curve to your body. Choose a medium-width dark belt or try a fabric belt with ruffles, it will add some feminine look.

For Inverted triangle body shape

For an inverted triangle body shape, a wide belt is a perfect accessory to compliment your body. Women with this size should avoid excessive detail and should choose a lighter shade for the lower half and a darker one for your upper half. You know your legs are worth showing, wear miniskirts with balloon tops or a t-shirt dress with a broad belt right on your navel.

For Rectangular Shape body

If you don’t have a natural curve, you can use clothes and accessories to create them. Attach a belt to the narrowest part of the waist to accentuate it. Choose the empire waist and wrap dress. Put on the top of the middle part of the buttocks. Use a ruffled or pleated top to reinforce the shoulder and chest lines and choose an accessory that increases the upper volume.

For larger body frame

Girls with large body frames are the one with a good height tall and great shape. They should go for a big belt with knee-length skirt and body-suit tops. The extra weight surrounding the stomach will hide under the wide belt. There are elastic belts available in different sizes and colours, try one now..!

For shorter waists

Girls with shorter waists should attach to a thin belt made up of metal or leather, and should do away with the wide belts; as they will make your body look too bandaged.

Many dresses and many belts, let’s remove the confusion of ‘What to pair with what’-

With Maxi Dress

A belt that placed on your waist can easily bring your curves out and make your Maxi dress look more stylish. In addition, you can follow the mantra of the higher the waist, the higher the look. Place your belt right below your chest and make your maxi look like a fairy dress.

With skirts

Put on your favorite printed and light colored skirts with a wide black belt to make your outfit stand out. And, yes, of course, you can team your white shirt with a long floral skirt and a thin belt. The elegant formal skirt and a wide belt are a win-win combination.

With Formal Suit

Just a light brown or black leather belt will make your formal look complete with your precious suit. You can also try some shades such as maroon and deep green.

With Pieces of Denim

Pair your solid colored shirt and blue denim with a bold and wide belt for your super-casual look. A wide belt will draw some attention; you can experiment with sequined belts or even the printed belts. Plus, a denim jacket and a pair of denim pants with a white broad belt will make you look outstanding, right?

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Aastha Maheshwari
Aastha Maheshwari, travel and lifestyle reporter for CEOWORLD magazine. She covers luxury travel and fashion.
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