What Belts to Wear With a Sundress?

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Sundresses are a fun way to flaunt your feminine side during the warmer months. Sometimes, your sundress might be a little flowy, hiding your fab assets. If So, you can opt for a belt to better define your body. But, how do you know the right belt to wear with your dress?

Easy Options

If you want a fail-safe belting option, throw on a neutral-colored belt. This can be any shade from tan to gray to black. You can even wear certain colors as neutrals; if you want to have a little more fun try a blush or navy instead. The thing about these shades is that they'll go with anything, so they'll be sure to match any dress you throw on.


Give your sundress a little more glitz and glam with a metallic belt. If you want to keep it subtle, opt for a thinner belt. It'll look absolutely chic and is a fantastic and simple way to take your day look into the evening. Just add a fab heel, and your casual look is officially dressy.

Brightly Colored Belts

A pop of color is the perfect thing to spice up an otherwise neutral-colored frock, so try a belt in a bold red, yellow or blue. Pair your bright belt with a tan or gray dress, or work it into a printed dress to bring out the fab colors in your frock. If your dress is a monochromatic bright color, work a little color blocking into your look; use pinks with blues and purples or yellows with oranges and greens.

Studded Belt

Want to toughen up your pretty little sundress? Add a studded belt. It's a simple way to turn your otherwise feminine frock into something a bit more edgy. Opt for a black studded belt, or go for a tan or olive shade if you're looking for something a little softer that still has an edge.

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