You put them away in your drawers, never to be seen of again. Belts end up taking up a lot of storage space, and for what?
Time to unclutter them.
Taking care of all your useless belts isn’t that difficult. Here’s what to do:
- Take out all your belts (from drawers, closets and bins).
- Realize that you have pretty much identical black belts (sometimes even three or four times). Don’t hate yourself, they’re often get sold with every dress or pants you end up getting.
- Realize that most of them are ugly, too big, poor quality or chipped away. In other words, you wouldn’t want to be seen wearing them.
- Make a pile out of belts you just can’t wear (for any of the above reasons). It’s highly likely that you’ll cut your stack in half, if not more.
- If the issue is a matter of size, but the belt is still in good condition, give it away (to a friend or Goodwill).
- You should be left with only a handful of belts (or maybe just a couple). Put them away where you’ll be able to find them. Most of the time, that’s just an accessory drawer, or with the appropriate suit/dress.