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Want to cop her style? Here's how you can do it without breaking the bank.
We dare declare that It’s Okay To Not Be Okay’s Ko Mun-yeong is the most fashionable female lead this 2020. And we’re only at episode 10, mind you. It’s an understatement to say that Seo Ye Ji’s stylist on the show knocks
We think they are!
Throwing back to the 2000s is, ironically enough, the sartorial hobby du jour lately. Even fashion's cinch game concurs—Have you noticed that enormous belts a la aughts-era Paris Hilton and the Olsen twins have begun to reappear on the style circuit? Locally,
Well, we would!
Eyes up here, Pia Wurtzbach cheekily cajols, lifting a Philip Stein gold watch-draped wrist, but you and I both know that it's no use--we've zoomed in on the massive belt looped around her tiny waist and we can't ever turn back now. So, would
You only need one accessory!
If form-fitting blazers seem a little too uptight for you, why not go the oversized route? Now, we know what you're thinking: "What if it looks too slouchy and I drown in it?" Or, "what if it completely hides my shape and
They're the perfect iconic accessories!
Luxury bags and sunglasses are common celebrity style staples, but designer belts are quickly making a comeback! Here are a bunch we found on our fave stars:James Reid's street style is definitely one of a kind, and his Off-White industrial belt has
Nail the trend with this no-fail styling hack!
In case you haven't noticed the evidence on the well-curated feeds of Instagram's most stylish, the blazer trend's been blazing full-force. Still, you have to admit: The suit jacket isn't always the most flattering choice of outerwear, especially in this season's favorite
Styling tips and tricks right here!
Women love putting emphasis on their curves. And why not? By simply cinching our waists, we get a more prounounced silhouette. And while wearing belts is an easy way to do so, it doesn't hurt to be a little more creative. Scroll
Fashion food for thought.
Let's be real here: Belts never were for just keeping your pants up—at least not for the fashion kid. It's a truth more acknowledged now than ever before, and all we needed was a quick scroll through Instagram to confirm our suspicions.
Got an oversized button-down that you don't know how to wear? This is your answer.
Anything oversized—shirt dresses, your boyfriend's button-down, et al.—can be a little tricky to wear, because if done wrong, you will end up looking like a tiny girl in dad's clothing, for sure. My styling secret? Skinny belts! These subtle waist cinchers can
The RTW designer forges new accessories for his brand: metal belts!
An accessory order from Dubai-based designer Michael Cinco gave fellow designer Jeffrey Rogador an opportunity to expand his ready-to-wear apparel brand to include some pretty substantial additions. Remember the metal armguards, harnesses, neckpieces, and, yes, those crotch cups from Michael's Philippine Fashion