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The Best Belts for Fastening Over Everything *and* Keeping Your Pants Up

Buh-bye, EOD droopage.

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First, there was the Fendi B belt. (Simpler times and all that.) Then, there were the interlocking Gs. Between those two, there was hardly anything, except maybe a soft leather one you actually wear to keep your trousers up. But that might change now that statement buckles are cinching coats and jeans everywhere. Expand your collection ahead.

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B-Low the Belt

Yes, this was Made Famous by Kendall, but don't let that stop you from wearing it however you want. 

$143, revolve.com.

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COS

Love the abstract, agate-shaped buckle. 

$59, cosstores.com.

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Lizzie Fortunato

If Ariel had wrapped this around that sail dress instead of some found rope, she would've landed someone way better than that drip Prince Eric, honestly.

$435, fivestorny.com.

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Cuyana

Super clean and modern, so it doesn't compete with the four prints and two textures you're already wearing.

$95, cuyana.com.

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Loewe

Okay, but where else are you going to get a Rubik's Cube belt?

$490, net-a-porter.com.

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Mango

Insects are so hot right now, plus there's snakeskin if you're into that too.

$26, shop.mango.com.

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Marni

Recalls lawn chairs and boys in brightly colored shorts, is also on super deep sale.

$160, theoutnet.com.

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Dolce & Gabbana

This, on the other hand, is not. But pineapple, banana, watermelon, credit card. 

$575, modaoperandi.com.

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Zara

Half corset, half belt, makes any snoozy outfit cool. 

$23, zara.com.

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Topshop

You wear black jeans, don't you? 

$40, topshop.com.

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