Salvatore Ferragamo is one of the most upscale high-end designers in the world. His shoes, bags and accessories are beyond popular. However, he also makes some of the most amazing belts in the world. It might seem most of us don’t put much thought into our belts, but we should. These luxe belts are the perfect accessory and finishing touch for any man or woman to try.
Sardegna Reversible Vara Buckle Belt
This $440 belt is one of the most popular in the Ferragamo line because it’s reversible. It’s not quite feminine and not quite masculine, so it can actually be worn by either sex. On one hand, it’s a white belt. On the other, it’s chocolate. It’s perfect because it’s two belts in one, making it well worth the price.
Double Gancini Calfskin Belt
For only $340, you can sport this chic belt with anything you own. Designed so that the buckles resemble the famous Gancini design on the front, this one has a double buckle, which means it’s set a bit further apart than the regular Gancini buckles.
Reversible Plaque Belt
Men love this belt because it’s another two in one design. This one does not feature the popular Ferragamo Gancini buckle. Instead, it comes with a tasteful plaque on the front that depicts the name of the designer. For $340 it is just subtle enough to look elegant and sophisticated whether you wear it with the brown on the exterior or the black.
Men’s Double Gancini Belt with Mother of Pearl Buckle
This belt is actually a very dark navy, easily mistaken for black if you’re not looking closely. What makes it so gorgeous and perfect for a man with elegant taste is the mother of pearl buckle. Its chic design is going to be the envy of all other men in the office, and it only retails for $395.
Royal Suite Gancini Belt
It’s one of the least expensive belts in the Ferragamo collection, but it’s also different than almost any other belt on the market. The subtle Gancini design makes it a classic Ferragamo, but the soft suede is what makes it so popular. It’s soft, comfortable and perfect for a casual day or evening on the town.
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