Anderson’s SS11 Woven Belts

It’s widely accepted that you’re not dressed to your best until you have your accessories on point, which is a thought-process I most definitely subscribe to. This year has seen a boom of woven belts on our high streets, but why do something if you’re not going to do it right?

Italian made Anderson’s woven cotton belts are finished with a brushed chrome buckle and have a leather trim dyed to match the various colorways available. Here we see the latest offerings from this legendary belt brand.

Personally, my favourites are the simpler dark brown and cream versions, just because I go for the more laid back look, but the multicolour belts have enough personality to keep even the most extrovert and bold dresser happy.

You can pick these up now from TheOriginalStore for £50-£60 .

James Clothier

James is a freelance photographer. As well as being a talent behind the lens, James also has a passion for Menswear.

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  • BeatsBassNBears

    WOW! My dad gave me a blue and white woven belt some years back. It was hand-made in a Mexican market. At the time, I thought it looked REALLY lame. Only because my relationship with him has always been strained that I took it obligingly trying to be as grateful as I could. I didn’t wear it for years (it just collected dust in my closet). I don’t remember why I pulled it out (I think it was the only belt in the closet that would fit a pair of oversized Brooks Brothers woven plaid shorts I had just acquired as new from a thrift store) but when I put it on it just worked with my whole outfit (most of my clothes are navy blue, white, and/or black) and was so comfy. Since them I’m a massive woven belt fan and these are top class. LOVE a lot of those colourways. Expensive for a belts but f*cking good looking! Nice post, fellas – thanks for sharing!