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  1. #41
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    Tory Burch Belts are gorgeous.



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    Quote Originally Posted by hunterrider23 View Post
    Tory Burch Belts are gorgeous.
    I second the Tory Burch belts! Many of them are reversible, which is a nice bonus



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    Darling.. Are you looking for Bling or Quiet sophistication? Either is acceptable and you should have both in your wardrobe.


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    I have gotten nothing but raving compliments on my reversible Ariat horseshoe belt!



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    I like the ariat belts as well, but they're closer to 1 1/4" which is too small for the TS breeches. The waistband on the TS are 2", so I tend to try and stick to things that are at least 1 1/2" or 2". My biggest pet peeve is a thin belt in a wide waistband.


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    I hate thin belts in general...

    Lots to think of here. May have found a b-day pressie...
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    Quote Originally Posted by morna@farmhousetack View Post
    We are selling TONS of the new Pikeur Belts on the "A" Circuit so far this season! They are stylish, practical, AND under $100. We just arrived at Gulfport, MS, and will be spending 6 weeks here for the Gulf Coast Winter Classics..I would be happy to send you pictures of the new black belts that we just got in stock Email morna.farmhousetack@gmail.com if interested!
    I love the Pikeur belt I got a couple of years ago (black, with small silver snaffle bits around it), and it has held up beautifully.
    Riding a horse is not a gentle hobby, to be picked up and laid down like a game of solitaire. It is a grand passion.... ~ Emerson



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    Just came across this belt buckle at C. Wonder and thought it was awesome: http://www.cwonder.com/accessories/s...ad-buckle.html



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    I love the C. Wonder belt buckle and belt! I have the fox head one and one with my initial.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Tha Ridge View Post
    Just came across this belt buckle at C. Wonder and thought it was awesome: http://www.cwonder.com/accessories/s...ad-buckle.html
    OMG THe Ridge - am i the last person on the planet to know about C Wonder? - I'm in love. I looked for a store and thought i was going to be disappointed because they don't have a lot- and they actually have one in The King of Prussia where I go for an equestrian trade show in January - you just made my day and gave me design inspiration - i'm going to check them out for sure.


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    Quote Originally Posted by fair judy View Post
    i take it that my fabulous collection of old needlepoint belts wouldn't still be a good fashion statement?
    Hey, I'd wear them! I still love ribbon belts myself



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    My friend got me the braided Edgewood one a few years ago, and I LOVE it
    http://www.smartipony.com/edgewood-f...d-leather-belt



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    I see in the picture of the above belts that there is a "rein" belt, braided, but not available for purchase. Only the fancy stitched and raised fancy stitch. The braided one looks pretty awesome!
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