Belt Size? Its Confusing...Here's A Tip

It should be easy. Wouldn't it be nice if everything was standardized? Well, maybe not everything...but certainly belt sizing. 

Belts are not standardized. And by belt, I mean the strap that attaches to the buckle and circles your waist or hips. Just like with other apparel, every belt manufacturer uses their own size standard. One shop's medium might be another shop's small. Choosing your belt size by your pants size is not a great idea either. Pants makers use different sizing systems. 

Not to worry. You are guaranteed to pick the right size if you follow one easy rule - Measure a belt that fits you. Measure it from the tip to the fold where your buckle is attached.  Have you done that? Good. Now, take that number and compare it to the measurements given for the size of strap you are considering. Easy!

Need some help with figuring out your belt size in my shop? Or can't decide between buckles? I'll be happy to steer you in the right direction. Comment below or contact me with the contact button.

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There's no need to be confused when it comes to finding your belt size. peter veres photographer at work All you need is a measuring tape and a little bit of patience. Here's a quick and easy guide on how to measure your belt size: Start by measuring around your waist, making sure the tape measure is level and snug. Once you have your waist measurement, simply add two inches to that number to find your belt size.

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Belt size is one of those things that can be confusing, especially when you're shopping online. But here's a tip that can help: take your waist measurement and add two inches. That's your foods that cause gout belt size. For example, if your waist measures 28 inches, your belt size would be 32. Easy, right?

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