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Sonam to Kendall, fashion’s biggest stars are crushing on these statement belts

They are unassuming, functional, and more often than not ignored when compared to their accessory-counterparts bags and heels. However statement belts are making a glorious comeback on the runway and the red carpet. From Off-White to Dolce & Gabbana to Jacquemus, some of the hottest designers of the moment are embracing this humble accessory and giving it a cool spin. 

Belts in different sizes, textures, and colours can be seen around the waists of some of the biggest names in fashion – Priyanka Chopra‘s Michael Kors belt that she wore at CFDA awards, Sonam Kapoor‘s belted Delpozo suit, and Brie Larson’s Gucci gown with a bejewelled belt at the Oscars prove that these pieces are no longer just meant to be paired with pantsuits.

Leading the street style league, Kendall Jenner, Gigi and Bella Hadid, Victoria Beckham, and social media influencers have all embraced the trend of the big logo belts. Just in case you prefer keeping it subtle, take cues from Deepika Padukone, Malaika Arora, and Alia Bhatt who have given slim belts a new spin by pairing them with everything from polka-dotted suits to breezy dresses.

What makes them stand out is their versatility – from brunch to boardroom, it works of all occasions. Here is our edit of this season’s perfect belts that can easily be looped in, no matter what the look. 

Dior Saddle Belt 
Image: Courtesy Dior
Image: Courtesy Dior

This statement Dior saddle belt is made in pure calf leather, and can paired with a co-ord pantsuit and even a skirt.

Available at: Dior 

Moschino Chain-trimmed Leather Belt

Moschino Chain Belt

This beauty will make you feel glamorous with its chain detail, while the black leather belt keeps it structured and sleek.

Available at: Net-a-Porter

Off-White Fuchsia Industrial belt

Off-White Belt

Yes, fuchsia is the way to go. This slim Off-White belt with a tone-on-tone finish is major goals.

Available at: Off-White

Gancini Sized belt
Image: Courtesy Ferragamo
Image: Courtesy Ferragamo

Made in monochrome elaphe and featuring the classic Ferragamo Gancini buckle makes it a perfect luxury piece. The interesting print and gold contrast makes it a versatile piece of accessory.

Available at: Salvatore Ferragamo

Gucci Elastic belt with Double G
Image: Courtesy Gucci
Image: Courtesy Gucci

In red and green elastic ribbon with a diamond pattern, this piece has a double G Plexiglas buckle and antique gold-toned hardware.

Available at: Gucci 

Trench-Buckle Alligator Belt
Image: Courtesy Ralph Lauren
Image: Courtesy Ralph Lauren

What makes this belt one of a kind is its construction – the alligator leather is dyed in pale blue and has a beautiful texture where the grains are retained

Available at: Ralph Lauren

Armani Belt with Branded Medallion

Armani Belt with Branded Medallion

Striking hues are everything. This Emporio Armani belt made in micro-perforated faux leather has a buckle with a round branded medallion. It can be a great add-on to your boardroom look.

Available at: Armani

Bengal Tiger Motif Leather Belt

It’s all about style that will go well with a sari and no one knows how to work it better than Sabyasachi. The Bengal tiger belt comes in three  hues – black, a blush pink and a beige. Wedding wear with belts? Sign us up.

Available at: Carma online

Sonam to Kendall, fashion’s biggest stars are crushing on these statement belts

Anupam Dabral

Sr. Associate Editor

It was while studying fashion journalism at London College of Fashion that Anupam developed a keen interest in the anthropological aspect of the discipline; for him, fashion only makes sense when seen in the context of its environment. He is always on the hunt for great stories, and in his spare time binge-watches films/shows starring Whoopi Goldberg, Dawn French and Jennifer Saunders.

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