Nice. Â I personally like more distinctive belts. Â Drinkwaters carries some "Engineered Garments" belts based off of old military quick release belts - great buckle, and top-notch English bridle leather ( I have one reserved.) Â And they are only in their second season, so you will have the hipster snob disctinction of being a leader rather than a follower. Â I personally really believe in this line (I have one of their bags already, from the first season, and the belt is too) and think that it is doing what John Varvatos would have liked to do if he didn't have financial pressures (his first and second collections were spectacular (have a bag and belt from either season, respectively - I've been less and less impressed since then.) Â If you are interested, I'll give him a call and maybe take pictures for you. Â Baltazar (www.baltazar.la
) are my favorite. Â Really rock and roll style. Â Totally cool accent pieces with jeans and a tee shirt and sneakers. Â Hollywood Trading Company (www.htcamerica.com
have similar belts as well,) but more understated, and, imo, less cool. Â Paul Smith also has some cool belts, but are generally overpriced, imo.