Your Belt Must Always Match Your Shoes
By Eugen Lisov
The most important thing to know about dressing to be in fashion is that the color of the belt you are wearing should ALWAYS match the color of your shoes.
This is basic fashion knowledge people. This may sound harsh on some, but truth is I hate it when I see people ignoring this little detail. It's really sad to see this wonderful woman on the street, wearing a nice pair of pink shoes, with a black belt?!? Somebody call the fashion police, please!
And this is not just a caprice of mine. It really is a basic requirement of having a presentable look, in order to show a little sophistication on your part.
Women generally are aware of the importance of this requirement, although they may choose not to follow it. The majority of men on the other hand are oblivious to this rule, as to the whole fashion thing.
If you read to this point and you can identify yourself with what I'm talking about here (I won't tell anyone, my lips are sealed), please take the time and adjust this little flaw.
Now, I don't want to make this sound like a make of brake rule. It really isn't. It's just a small detail that may or may not go unnoticed. But as a whole, when put together with other such small details, it makes you have the best appearance, which in turns helps you feel comfortable and raise your self esteem.
In a business meeting or even at a bar when hitting the opposite sex, having this and others handled will work in your favor. But if the opposite, it's very possible that you'll be looked with suspicion or even ignored.
You'd better not wear a belt at all than one that does not match with your shoes. Some might go too far and wear a belt made of the same material as the shoes, but matching only the color is fine.
Now that you are aware of this, you have no more excuses for not doing it. Fix it as fast as possible.
About The Author
Eugen Lisov is the creator of http://www.a1-sneakers.com and http://www.italian-fashion-designer.com.Please feel free to check these websites as they offer lots tips on getting a great outfit and reviews of the best products to help you have a fashioned look.
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