#1: Play with proportions
A gigantic belt (might be more of a corset, really) is a fun piece that you can style in a myriad of ways. Let your imagination go wild by putting unique pieces together, such as a classic white shirt, a tube top, dress or jumpsuit, and the belt.
#2: Over your shirt
A thick, studded belt can add an edge to any look – wear it layered over your blouse – but under your outerwear – to add a bit more jazz to your outfit. Want to let your belt do double duty? Why not make it an easy place to hang your shades too (and make a fashion statement at the same time)?
#3: Over a blazer
This is a sure-win outfit styling trick: pair a structured blazer with a skirt and boots, and pull everything together with a standout belt. It’s a flattering silhouette and you’ll look super polished and chic.
#4: Cinch that waist
If you’re wearing a long coat or dress, using a belt to cinch your waist can help break up the look and add a bit of much-needed contrast.
#5: Pair with standout accessories
A statement belt can look good on its own, but it can also work with various other statement accessories for an eye-catching overall look. Pair with some stylish shades, a neckerchief, a cute clutch – the works.
#6: With high-waisted pants
Accentuate your timeless, high-waisted black pants with a nice belt. It adds a bit of drama to the outfit to make it more interesting.
#7: Over a coat
This is one styling trick to save for those cold weather holidays – layer a logo belt over your coat for a simple yet sophisticated way to amp up your look. This works particularly well paired with a turtleneck sweater underneath.
#8: With a midi skirt
A statement belt can work really well with a midi skirt too. The metal logo of this one complements the metallic skirt and the gold buttons on the blazer.
#9: With jeans
A statement belt with jeans can never go wrong – exude the trendy 90s vibe by going with mom jeans. Pair with a vintage-esque top and tinted shades and you’re all set.
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