The Accessory Edit: Double Buckle Belts

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by Ashley Ng, Fashion Editorial Assistant

Double Buckle. Double Trouble.

This fall our eyes are on the look out for double buckle belts. Inspired by Western style, these belts come with a vintage touch. You don’t have to wear them with a flannel shirt or cowboy boots to pull them off, though. In fact, these belts pair great with minimalist outfits. Whether it’s a classic black-on-black look or your favorite band tee, double buckle belts add a bold statement to any simple outfit.

How To Wear Them:

The Kendall Lookall-black

There’s nothing we love more than Kendall Jenner and double buckle belts. Well, maybe Kendall Jenner in double buckle belts. Whether she’s roaming the streets of Paris or letting loose at Coachella, Kendall has made the double buckle belt an iconic part of her infamous black-on-black looks.

Double Buckle Western Belt, Topshop, $38


Sweater Weatherblack-and-gold

When the leaves change color and the temperature hits the 60s, you know it’s time to dig out your favorite sweater. Paired with ripped jeans and an oversized sweater, the double buckle belt can amp up your everyday look. Just throw on a pair of sneakers to complete your comfy, casual look.

Gold Double Buckle Belt, V for Very, $22


Meet Me Downtowndowntown

Not into Western style? No problem! Not all double buckle belts are Western influenced. This belt’s thicker band and square buckles claim a more  sophisticated style that’s perfect for a day in the city.

Wide Double Buckle Belt, Cleo, $32

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