Monday, December 8, 2014

Essential Men's Accessory Leather Belt for All Occasions Casual and Dress


Product was provided for this post as part of an opportunity with The Brand Connection

When women accessorize it's usually the statement necklace, handbag or shoes -- not to mention the handsome man at their side -- that make us look stylish. But with men who don't have a multitude of accessory options to choose from, other than an equally beautiful woman, it's often the belt that unifies the entire outfit. 

Image from Mission Belt
Think of it: without a good quality leather belt when wearing jeans, casual or dress pants, even the hottest looking guy seems to be missing something. Right?

Vader Mission Belt,
My hubby can't stop raving about the stunning Mission Belt which the brand sent to facilitate this review. For sure, this belt is far from just hugging pants to the waist and helping to keep your shirt tucked in. He enjoys wearing this for all kinds of ocassions, ranging from casual to rocking this accessory with an Italian black suit. And if I might say so myself, he now looks so put together whenever I see him wearing his new belt.

Mission Belt is equally modern & classic,
But this isn't just any handsome-looking belt, it's a Mission Belt. 

NO HOLES - There aren't any worn out belt holes or creases
PERFECT FIT - Adjustable to 1/4" larger or smaller (traditional belts have 1" holes)
NO CRACKS - The quality leather won't crack, guaranteed
ALWAYS FITS - Whether you lose or gain weight, with a click it fits just right
EASY ON EASY OFF - A buckle mechanism that's fast, even through airport security
INTERCHANGEABLE - You can mix and match buckles and leather to create your own style

Watch how this works and what sets it apart from other men's belts on the market.

The belt I received for this review was the Vader Mission Belt ($34.95) in 1.25" black leather with a 35mm metallic black buckle. Once he adjusted it per the brand's included directions, it fit hubs perfectly, better than any other belt he has ever tried on.

True to the product description, this belt is a modern twist on an elegant classic. In fact I like the style and quality of this belt so much I'm planning on buying one for each of my high school and college-age sons, too.

Hubby shows off his casual Mission Belt look,
You can order the Vader belt style I selected or choose from the many others the brand carries in a rainbow of colors and interchangeable buckle styles in small 28-32", medium 33-35", large 36-38", extra large 39-42" and custom up to 56". And, while this post is about belts for men, it's important to point out that Mission Belts have an abundant unisex selection of products that women and kids will also appreciate.

What's really unique about this brand is that when your belt arrives in the mail, you have the option to easily resize your belt for the perfect fit which my husband did quickly and easily for a precise fit. No more buying a belt that's a little bit too loose or a little bit too tight.

 Watch this short clip to see how easy resizing your belt is...

About Mission Belt
Mission Belt doesn't only market the nicest belt my hubby has ever owned, they give back to the community. In fact, the Utah-based firm's name refers to more than just their flagship product. As a socially responsible company they donate $1 of every belt sold to fight global hunger and poverty through microlending because greater than handing out charity is giving others the means to earn a livelihood. To date, over 8,500 Kiva (peer-to-peer micro
lending) micro-loans have been funded from the sales of Mission Belts. Learn more by visiting the brand's official website as well as following them on Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest Instagram and YouTube.

FTC Disclosure: I received a Mission Belt as part of a The Brand Connection #MissionBelt opportunity to facilitate this review. However, I did not receive any payment or other compensation for this post and opinions here are my own. See complete FTC Disclosure information that appears at the bottom of MommyBlogExpert's main page and at the bottom of every individual post on this blog, including this one.

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