October 28, 2009

Belt Buckle Bulge: SOLUTION!

The waist of most of my pants (especially my jeans) stretches out pretty fast. Thus they require a belt. But I like to wear fitted tops that are longer than my pants waist.

This leads to a dilemma.

1) Wear a belt, pull the top over the belt, and have a funny pooch in the front over the belt buckle.

2) Forget the belt and just tug at my pants all day. And complain that I should have worn a belt and looked stupid with the pooch.

There is no win-win here. Either way, I end up pretty frustrated. Well after a #2 solution this past weekend, I’m fed up.

So after a little bit of internet searching, I think I found a solution. A couple brilliant people somewhere in time decided to make a “virtually invisible belt”. I found two such products, the isABelt and Invisibelt.

The Invisibelt promises that it “provides instant slimming effect, lays flat under fitted tops, and adjusts like a bra.”

It comes in naked, black, patterns, and a few limited edition colors.Sizing: original fits sizes 0-14; plus fits up to size 4x Price: $19.95”

The isABelt promises that it Belt is ideal when you need a belt, but a traditional one just won't work with your outfit. Helps eliminate back-gap, belt-bulk and belt slippage Great for fashion issues stemming from low-riser styles.”

It comes in clear or black. “Sizing: All sizes adjust down to accommodate smaller sizes , Small, medium and large size adjusts down to fit a size "0" ,Plus adjusts down to fit a size "4" Price: $16.95

Well, I definitely want one. I’m leaning toward the Invisibelt, but maybe cause I like the packaging and thickness of the belt better. Either way, this seems like a great solution to my problem.

Have you tried either of these products? Do you have this belt bulge problem? What was your solution?

Photo and Information Sources: [Invisibelt]http://www.invisibelt.com/default.aspx [isABelt]http://www.isabelt.com/default.php

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