Tuesday, August 01, 2006

Belt Blitz - Belts Under 30 Bucks

Belts are EVERYWHERE, aren't they? I remember a time when belts were a "nice to have," but we have certainly reverted back to circa 1988 when belts were "must haves." This past weekend I went to Sage boutique in Atlanta (I haven't found a website for them, or else I would have linked it) on Peachtree Street. They had this darling belt that I was contemplating purchasing. It was very cute, but being the cheapo I am, I couldn't pay the full price of $24 for it. Had it been reduced from $75 to $24, maybe I would have. It was just the principal. Now I am back in Chicago and still thinking about that belt. I should have bought it!

Here are some finds I found online that you may like:

Pewter Woven Belt - $21.00 from Bluefly.com. I like this one. Stylish, yet simple.






Wide Sash Belt - $9.50 from ASOS.com. This is my favorite - it's hot - great one to show off a nice waist with a shirt or dress. Plus, you just can't beat the price!



Horse Shoe Elastic Waist Belt - $19 from ASOS.com. So unique!


Ruched Leather Belt - $24.49 from bebe.com. I'm not quite sure what to say about this one. Not sure if I could pull it off, or if many people can, but it's still kind of cute.

2 comments:

GABi said...

i FOUND SiMULAR BELTS FOR ONLY $4-8 iN THiS STORE CALLED CALi iN L.A.

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