How to choose the belt: look tips

The belt is an accessory that enhances a look, but often you don't know how to choose it: here are some tips for you!

The belt is an accessory that we all have in the closet, but that we often do not use, for the most varied reasons. We don't know how to wear it, we don't know how to choose it, we have no idea if it is actually fine or not. With this post I will try to clarify a bit the ideas about it.

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How to choose the belt: if you have a waist to emphasize

If the waist is one of your strengths, then the belt is the best way to highlight it. In this case, you can also choose it high at the waist, therefore not thin, or even bustier, to be worn over a ribbed pull as in the Dior fashion show.

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How to choose the belt: to break the figure

If you have a rectangle physiognomy, however, then you prefer to break the figure to create curves and make it more feminine, a jewel belt, even a thin one, is ideal. It allows you to make the upper part of the dress, or the pull, so as to move the figure and make it harmonious.

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How to choose the belt: to balance the figure

If you have an inverted triangle shape, therefore with wide shoulders, flat abdomen and tonic legs, the ideal would be to highlight the waist so as to balance the figure. You can do it easily with a belt even high at the waist. In this case, let only the buckle be seen.

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How to choose the belt: if you have a high center of gravity

If you have a high center of gravity, therefore long legs, and you want to balance your figure (given that in my opinion long legs are a point in your favor!), You can wear the belt by wearing it on your hips. In this case, prefer a thin one, so as to break the physiognomy in a harmonious and not excessive way.

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