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Ask BB: Multi-Buckle Belts on a Budget

I am seriously searching for a belt like this picture (right). It doesn't have to have as many strands as the picture but at least have 2 strands and doesn't have to be as thick at the back—it could be a thin belt all the way around. Any help would be great. —Y

That belt is hot, I can see why you'd want one! Double the fun of a single strap belt, the latest crop of hot belts have two or more buckles. I personally own this belt by Xhilaration from Target ($16.99), and I love it (see me wearing it here). Below, you'll find my picks for the best multi-buckle belts on a budget from around the web. Hope this helps!

Comments
I bought this belt from HSN on super clearence! Worth a look. Their products are nice and at clearence prices worth checking out!
http://shoes-handbags.hsn.com/3-wide-stretch-belt-with-suede-and-patent-trim_p-4393220_xp.aspx
#1 Jaime Hamilton (Homepage) on 2009-03-20 18:45 (Reply)
I've got the Target belt as well, and I wear it all the time. These belts rock everything from dresses (your outfit in that pic is killer, btw), to sweaters to cardigans - you name it, I've tried it, and it's always an improvement. A simple, black one is extremely versatile, but looking over these, I might want to expand my collection...
~a
#2 Amanda Heironimus (Homepage) on 2009-03-20 21:40 (Reply)
I've seen a similar one at Forever 21. Love that look!
#3 Ailyn (Homepage) on 2009-03-20 21:49 (Reply)
wow great picks. I love the red one from Charolette
#4 DY on 2009-03-20 21:53 (Reply)
http://www.bleudame.com/product_info.php?cPath=129&products_id=7485&osCsid=0e6ed020fb8970a0866382de6e3d977c :-)
#5 liz on 2009-03-21 01:11 (Reply)
I saw someone wear a couple belts the same color. I think it was three....and it looked very cool....wouldn't it be the same kind of look? and very budget friendly.
#6 mima on 2009-03-22 08:28 (Reply)
THanks for sharing this collection of options...this is certainly something I need for spring!
#7 Ana (Homepage) on 2009-03-24 23:18 (Reply)
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