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Canvas Belt

A canvas belt is a flexible band made of different cloth materials. Belts are usually worn around the waist. Belts made of any fabric material are used for supporting trousers and other clothing articles. Apart from its functional use a belt also serves the purpose of style and decoration.

Historical Perspective of Canvas Belt:

Historically belt is an essential clothing item made for both men and women. Since the Bronze Age both sexes have been using belts for making the worn cloth stiffer. Unlike modern fashion historically it was a rarity in female fashion. The major change came from the early middle Ages in the fashion world of women. Until the First World War, the belt was strictly a decorative part of the uniform, particularly among officers.

Canvas Belt, Modern Scenario:

In modern times the belts were worn by men since the 1920s as in current fashion trouser waists fell to a lower, natural line. Canvas belts are highly preferred modern belt fabric. Before 1920s belts were only used as decorative item and were basically associated with military.

After 1990s and in the current fashion the practice of wearing chunky belts as a fashionable accessory has been popular among the young men and boys. Canvas belts have become very popular in modern fashion these belts are often created in different decorative designs matching the taste of the different age group. Usually Canvas belts were often used by military personnel but with the advancement in fashion accessories they are also worn as casual fashion accessory even by youngsters but in more sophisticated manner.

Canvas Belt Types:

Some common types of canvas belts are expedition belts, cobra canvas belts, canvas weekend belt, buckle canvas belt, canvas pistol belt, arrived, army green camouflage belt, studded canvas belt and belts of different other types. In modern times belts are worn by youngsters as a part of irregular fashion. Canvas belts are available in both cheap and high prices depending on the quality of the fabric and the materials used.

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