Rust & Regret : the importance of wearing a memorable belt!
Casual or formal, black, brown or tan, glossy or studded, leather or canvas: we are talking about men’s belts.
Between the different types – not to mention all the widths and buckle options – belts offer easily accessible styling opportunities and can be the strength of a man’s entire outfit. Yes, they’re used in order to hold your trousers up, but they do serve another purpose by adding a whole other twist to your look. More affordable than other men’s accessories such as watches or work bags, however, picking out the best belt isn’t always child’s play. If you are looking for something with a powerful modern touch, original and well done, we have found the one that suits you. Created by brothers Nick & Simon O’Keefe, Rust & Regret’s leather belts are just memorable!
Men, take note: you are never fully dressed without a belt, so choose yours wisely!
Rusted Away Belt, £48
Genuine leather belt with rusted studs and eyelet. The guaranteed rocker look, as said by R&R.
Get Studded Belt, £55
Dark brown leather belt with matt black solid studs, buckle and branded metal thingy. Nice and heavy like a weapon.
Chastity Belt, £48
Raw vintage leather belt with antique bronze hardware.
Black Bullet Shell Belt, £48
Black perforated leather belt with brass bullet shell studs throughout, and a big thick antique silver buckle.
Broken Memories Belt, £48
Sliced and diced olive green belt with antique silver rivets running along the edges of the belt, with a big thick antique silver buckle.
R&R Crest Belt, £46
Dark rich brown leather belt with the R&R crested buckle in antique gun metal.
Take a look at R&R’s collection of belts, necklaces, rings and bracelets here.
Laura De Vittori