For those who love styling and love details in your clothing, this blog post is specifically for you. What I'm talking about is how to use a red belt to spice up your already stylish outfit. Sometimes it is really the small details that can turn a stylish outfit into a stylish one. If you are just used to wearing the black belt or the brown belt, the red belt should be able to give you some good surprises. To better show you how to style it, I have collected some really nice red belt ideas for you. Let's dive in.
Black T-shirt with blue cuffed jeans & red belt
A red belt is very easy to style. In fact, you can pretty much pair it with any clothing that involves jeans. Of course, you can pair it with other items like dresses and skirts, but let's start the list with a simple t-shirt outfit. To create this look, you can simply wear a black t-shirt with blue cuffed skinny jeans. Wear a red belt and a pair of red ballet flats to make the suit more eye-catching.
Black and white Polka Dot Midi flared dress with red belt
Now let's look at a more elegant and still a little playful business suit. To create this look, you can wear a white and black midi-laced dress and collect the waist with a red belt. Pair these pieces with a blue denim jacket and red ribbon leather to look sharp and attractive.
Gray Ribbed Chunky sweater with red belt & white pleated skirt
To look cozy and airy, a chunky sweater can often help you do just that. But as a side effect, a chunky sweater makes you look a little chunky. This problem can be solved with a belt. In detail, to look casual without looking chunky, you can wear a gray ribbed chunky red belt shirt. Pair them with a white maxi-pleated skirt and red pointed leather heels to complete the appealing look.
White button shirt with blue skinny jeans & red belt
For those who like to dress in a smart, stylish and even a little unisex way, here is an outfit that is just for you. To create this look, you can wear a white button shirt with a pair of light blue skinny jeans. Wear a red wide leather belt and a pair of red leather heeled ankle boots to look stylish and unique.
Wear with black and white striped sweater & lemon yellow Midi Bodycon skirt
To see extra wear you may want to use both the red color and the lemon yellow color. For example, you can wear and a black and white horizontal striped sweater with lemon yellow midi bodycon skirt. Pair them with a red wide belt and red ballet heels to complete the outfit in an eye-catching and cheerful way.
White sleeveless midi-laced dress with red leather belt
While a white dress usually looks very innocent and refreshing, it can sometimes look a little dull or lack of energy. Here, for example, is a white sleeveless lace midi dress that looks very stylish. To take it to the next level you can wear a red leather belt to spice it up a bit. Pair these pieces with red ballet heels to look sharp and attractive.
Wear with white half-heated sweater and gray tweed mini skirt
This is a very beautiful and comfortable stylish business suit that is also a formal boundary for the border. To achieve this look, you can wear a white half-sleeved sweater with a gray tweed mini skirt. Use a red belt and black leather heels to glue these pieces nicely.
White Mini Skater Dress with Gray Cardigan & Red Belt
Here is a windy look that is both suitable for work or for casual hangouts. To get this look, you can wear a white skater dress and pair it with a gray cardigan. Use a red belt to wrap the dress and cardigan. Pair these pieces with red pointed heels to complete this simple and lean look.
White and black shirt with Chinos & slim belt
Here is a fairly simple yet artistic outfit that you can wear for work. To form this suit, you can wear a white and black button shirt, with the main body white and the collar black. Pair your shirt with black chinos, a red slim leather belt and red leather ballet positions to complement the cool and minimal look.
Wear with Gray Plaid Tweed Blazer and White Cowl Neck Blouse
Here is another work suit that looks nice and a little unisex. To get this look, you can wear a white cabbage blouse with a black and gray plaid tweed blazer layered over it. Wear black chinos, a red belt and a pair of black leather heeled ankle boots to look stylish and smart.
Silver sequin Midi dress with red wide belt
Let's take a 180-degree turn and see how you can wear a red belt as part of your cocktail party outfit. To do that, you can wear a silver sleeveless midi-robe dress and pair it with a red wide belt to look skinny and taller. Wear silver metallic heels to complement the outfit with class.
Black dress with three-quarter sleeve belt knee length
For those who want to look good but still low profile in a cocktail party, here is an outfit that is special to you. You can simply wear a black three-quarter sleeve knee-length dress with red slim leather belt. Pair them with open toe pink heels to add a feminine touch to the look.
Blush Pink Blazer with navy blouse & red belt
Here's a pretty colorful and mature business-casual look. To achieve this, you can wear a pink pink blazer over a navy blue chiffon blouse for the top. Pair them with red belt and red straight jeans. Wear leopard print ballet flats for the shoes to look mature and elegant.
I hope you liked the red belt equipment ideas shown above. As you can see, the red belt is a very, very versatile item that can spice up different types of clothing. Go ahead and try these cool ideas.