* Here’s how to nail the logo belt trend
* Avoid looking obnoxious
* Belts from Polo, Coach and more
Bold logo belts have become a go-to statement accessory for both guys and girls, but sadly, there’s a dark side to this trend. Some people have taken to wearing obnoxiously large, gaudy logo belts that just make them look imbalanced and sometimes heavier than they really are – but there is hope.
When done right, logo belts are a great way to subtly elevate and modernize any outfit. To nail the logo belt trend (and avoid the pitfall) check out our recommendations below.
1. Adidas Golf Belt
Flexing a brand logo doesn’t have to mean a designer logo. Thanks to the rise of streetwear, athletic brands such as Adidas are now cool enough to rock as low-key statement pieces, such as with this three-stripe belt.
2. Calvin Klein Logo Belt
This Calvin Klein belt is sleek enough to wear with your best suit, but still subtle enough to upgrade a casual outfit as well. It features a bold plaque buckle, and the Calvin Klein logo engraved in the corner.
3. Lacoste Belt
We like this Lacoste belt because it’s close to your typical go-to light leather belt, but a little more special. It features the Lacoste crocodile on the tip of the strap, and a high quality leather that’ll look great for years.
4. Polo Ralph Lauren Belt
As with most of their products, this Polo belt exudes classic American style. It also has some subtle branding that we’re liking right now, including the Polo logo printed on the buckle and the signature pony embossed on the strap tip.
5. Coach Plaque Belt
Coach is a top-tier American designer, but their prices are actually slightly lower than other premium brands. Case-in-point is this super high-quality silver plaque belt that features the Coach logo printed in the middle. It’s by no means loud, but sure to turn a few heads at the office or the bar.