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Fashionista NOW: The Skinny Belt Trend – Cinch It Up To Love Your Curves

Do you know that a mere addition of a skinny belt to an outfit can create such magic? Read on for more.

Belts are a big fashion accessory that can create a marvellous curve to a woman’s silhouette or enhance what’s already there. A simple skinny belt can add a little something to your get-up, rendering the whole look more put-together and very feminine.

For most females, the right belt in the right shade will offer a desired structure to their outfit. The belt will mark the smallest part of the waist, lengthening the torso resulting in smarter and uber lady-like finish.

A belt that is of the same color category of a dress or a blouse will be a much better pick than one that is of a different color category altogether. Following this rule, similar to wearing nude shoes, it will create an illusion of a longer silhouette instead of a chopped up one.

Skinny belts with neutral tones such as white, beige, brown, camel or black are particularly suitable for most outfits regardless of their color pallete. Thus, it’s advantageous to invest in them. For those whose wardrobe are vibrant with colors, find belts of complementary shades to go with them.

It is also important to pick belts that are flexible to accommodate the different types of outfit materials.

If you’re a tad indifferent towards the use of a belt, thinking of it more as a utilitarian feature than anything else, the following fashion images may help to transform the way you view skinny belts in fashion.

DO you own skinny belts and wear them often? Or are belts too bothersome to put on that you’ll only wear them for the sake of practicality? Share your thoughts below.

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Here on Fashionista NOW, our one and very own Miss Reverie showcases the latest in fashion trends and its various social implications in our everyday lives. You may read more of her at REVERIE SANCTUARY.

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