The Only Belt Trends That Will Matter for the Next 6 Months

A new season is here, which means you can count on a fresh set of trends to hit the fashion scene in the coming days. Out with the old, in with the new, right? We've already covered a handful of style crazes that are fading away; highlighted five more trends that are totally out for summer 2019, plus five that are replacing them; and today, we've decided to focus on accessories. You're probably wondering about the biggest belt trends of 2019, and we were too. That's why we decided to check in with celeb stylist and all-around fashion expert Britt Theodora. We asked her about the five most popular styles that are going to be on everyone's waist in the coming weeks—and let's just say she delivered.

Ahead, see and shop the belt trends that Theodora predicts will be huge for summer 2019. To no surprise, they're really good. Plus, her picks (the first belt in each section) and her styling tips are pretty great as well. Happy shopping!

The White Belt

"I love a white belt. It is so polished and crisp. The clear buckle on this belt is super summery. Perfect to cinch your favorite floral sundress."

The Romantic Western Belt

"There is something so lovely about adding a Western-inspired belt to your everyday blazer paired with your favorite denim. I love the heart buckle because it's the perfect amount of feminine to wear over a more menswear-tailored blazer."

The Cool, On-the-Go Belt

"I love this belt. Not only is it vegan leather, but there is functionality to it. In the summer, we are finally free of heavy layers and weight on our clothing! Why not take it to the next step and throw your lip balm and wallet in your belt?"

The Brown Belt (for Your White Jeans)

"Wearing a brown belt is the perfect way to break up a white T-shirt over white jeans! So chic for summer!"

The Braided Belt

"I love bringing out my bohemian side in the summer. I love this perfect braided belt to pair over my favorite romper or maxi dress."

Next up, the biggest boot trends for 2019, from Britt Theodora.

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