*In this late-night feature – which will run Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday of each week – I’ll gather up three fun items that are currently on sale online and share them with you! I would LOVE suggestions: Stylish wide-width pumps? Classic v-necked sweaters? Chandelier earrings? Petite dress slacks? What would you like to see featured?*
Norma and Jules requested a few picks for trouser belts, so here we go:
Nine West Classic Belt – was $26, now $16.99
Some belt loops are bigger than others, but a belt between 1″ and 1.5″ wide belt should work in most trousers. This classic black PVC belt is 1″ wide and will work with everything from jeans to suits. Available in sizes S -XL. (Estimates from other sites put S at 32″ total length, XL at 42″ total length.)
Premium Leather Vintage Fashion Belt – was $53.99, now $24.80
At 1.5″ wide, this gorgeous belt will fit standard jean belt loops and the majority of dress pant loops. I’m drooling over this model myself, especially in that gorgeous tan full-grain leather. (It’s not “vintage” in anything besides that burnished finish.) Available in tan, black, white, and brown leather in sizes S – XL. XL = 36 inches, L = 34, M = 32, S = 30. Size availability varies by color.
Cole Haan Village Double Ring Belt – was $98, now $59.99
The splurge of the night for sure, but Cole Haan leathers are reliably amazing and construction is top-notch. Plus I wanted to offer some non-black and non-brown options. This 1 3/8″ wide belt comes in magenta, red, and pewter in sizes XS – L. XS fits 27″-31″, S fits 30″-34″, M fits 33″-37″, L fits 36″-40″. Size availability varies by color.
Fossil Scallop Jean Belt – was $34, now $30.99
And for a little dash of quirk, here’s a 1″ wide belt with scalloped edging. Fairly casual in this mineral yellow, but also available in a slightly more classic tan/brass. In sizes S – L. (Size guide here.)
Other not-currently-on-sale resources for trouser belts:
- Banana Republic and Gap – Many of my favorite classic belts hail from BR and Gap, both of which offer colors and leather basics.
- Amazon – I’ve ordered many a belt from Amazon and although mine are typically waist/dress belts, they’ve got a mind-blowing selection of trouser belts, too.
- Fossil – Great, classic belts at reasonable prices!
- And, of course, THRIFT STORES! Belts are cheap and abundant in secondhand shops, so I’d suggest starting there. (thethriftshopper.com can help you locate stores near you.)
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