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Looking for something in brown leather or suede with silver or bronze hardware. Nothing overly ornate and more than an 1" wide. Not price sensitive.

I think Borrelli used to carry a few good ones but I haven't been able to find them recently.
 

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I have purchased braided belts from Polo and Tommy Bahama that are braided. Not bad prices and look good.
 

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Come on guys, anything else?
 

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Longhi or Loro Piana.
 

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Mulberry has a large selection of widths and buckles.
 

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Got a basic one at Macy's for around $20 a few months ago.
The one at Brooks was $128. I couldn't see the difference in quality,
if there was one. In fact, I'll probably pick up an other for the future
 

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Put them in the, "to be burned" drawer.
 

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