Matching fabric belts– Belts can also be made with the same fabrics which has been used as a design detail for the blouse. So for example, you can make a belt out of the same brocade or the printed fabric which you have used to decorate the collar or the sleeve hemlines.
Built in belt– You can also get a customized design like this, where the fabric belt is pre stitched to the side seams and functions just like a belt. You can either do this in a tie up detail, or simply get a flap with button details.
Leather belts– Leather belts are multifunctional, they look trendy, modern and add the same feel to your attire. You can hardly go wrong with them.
The all gold belt– When opting for hot and neutrals colors, an all gold metallic belt does wonders.
Thin belts– Thin belts look more sexier than the broad ones. They are delicate and do not overpower the dress with its looks.
Ornamental ones-The ornamental belts are more like traditional kamarband, but they instantly pep up any attire with its elegance and design.
Corset belt– Yes you can gracefully carry a corset belt with a saree and believe us it looks awesome.
Fringes– Belt with fringes go stunningly with contemporary saree’s done in fluid fabrics like silk chiffon and georgette’s.
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