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Common Belt Rules For Men

Belts are not simply a fashion accessory, they have grown to become an integral piece of dressing, to such an extent that going for an event, or an occasion without one makes you to feel fragmented. The following are some normal or causal bet rules every man should know and always remember while using them. 

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1. The bigger the belt clasp, the more casual the belt is. Try not to wear a belt with a major clasp with your suit. It will look crazy. 

2. When wearing dress shoes (Oxfords, Monkstrap, Derby, Formal Pumps, Formal Loafers and so on) you should adhere to minuscule/slender calfskin belts as they are the most formal. These sorts can likewise be worn on dress jeans, chinos, and dull denim. 

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3. When wearing casual shoes like tennis or sneakers, you can wear thicker casual belts such material belts or texture belts. These are by and large thought to be more casual. 

4. An earthy colored belt can be worn with any shade of suit aside from the dark suit. 

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5. For a corporate look and other proper looks, you should adhere to the exemplary clasp style — the straightforward silver square outlined clasp with single prong. Note that for an all around custom-made suit, you can decide not to wear belts by fitting your pants with side-agents rather than waist bands. For this situation, you can wear suspenders instead of a belt or simply go belt less. 

These principles ought to consistently direct our fashion style particularly with regards to how we wear belts.

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