Style: 14CBEC11

Price $54.99AUD
Ethan Casual Belt is rated 4.75 out of 5 by 44.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect Belt for my outfit Bought this belt along with some chinos, shirt, shoes and a jacket for a beach wedding and it tied it all in perfectly!
Date published: 2016-06-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Ethan Casual Belt I bought the belt with my full suit about a month ago for my army interview. I looked very professional and it helped me get into the army, I have now been excepted and waiting to get the letter from the adf. Id like to thank you for everything for the great service from the maroochydore Yd
Date published: 2016-03-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good times Old love from yd sunshine plaza is a master at convincing me that the clothes look good and she always lands herself a sale, she hooked me up with a pump suit for the races
Date published: 2016-06-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Wedding Day Waist Anchor Waist Anchor* - Definition: 'A spare anchor in case of an emergency'. Thank goodness that I did not face an emergency situation but what other day than my wedding day to be sure I have a spare anchor. This belt served me well on the most important day of my life. Like a Personal Assistant (or a third groomsmen), it took care of my suit pants for me. "I need one more thing to worry on my BIG day", said no one ever! And besides, it was the ONLY belt that matched the colour of my shoes. I obviously looked the part, because now I am one happy, married man!
Date published: 2015-10-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A Belt For All! Its my first time owning a really nice belt and it was definitely worth it. Ive worn it to work, casual and socially and I'm yet to find a outfit i cannot wear it with. Its the kind of belt that screams out "style and class" and really gives the extra something that i have always been missing. Love the belt, love the look and love the quality, its a belt that I'm extremely satisfied with.
Date published: 2015-02-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Solid belt I bought this the day before I had a job interview. I felt this colour belt (a nice brown, not too light and not too dark) would pair well with the tan pants and checkered blue shirt I was planning to wear. I wasn't wrong, the outfit as a whole looked pretty good, but something wasn't quite right. An unworn pair of brown suede shoes were to accompany these items to really 'seal the deal' so to speak. The only issue being that the belt was a fair bit lighter in colour than the shoes. "Not to worry" I thought to myself, 10 minutes before I was to leave home for the interview, "I still look pretty good". So I head in to the interview (a group interview) looking the part and somewhat nicer-looking than some of the other hopefuls. Some time passes, until a role-play scenario presents itself. "Not a problem, I already work in retail so I know how to deliver a great customer experience" were my thoughts moments before it was my turn to play the role of the salesperson. I start chatting to the 'customer' about general things including the weather (that particular day was unusually hot for the time of year), as well as showing an interest in their day-to-day life. At this point I had fleshed out what product they would be interested in and knew exactly how to demonstrate it to them. It was at this point my brain decided to book a one-way ticket to Narnia, disappointingly not inviting the rest of my body along. I sat there unable to think of what to say, as though I had no idea what I was talking about. Moments pass, quite a few of them in fact, both myself and the fake customer sat on some surprisingly uncomfortable stools awkwardly trying to salvage the sunken ship that was Me. Nothing happened, until the customer started talking about what they wanted again. I was able to recover from the battle but not without scars. I knew I had screwed up, and I knew that this job I could do with my eyes shut was not mine for the taking. To this day I cannot figure out why I stopped. Was it that I had run out of things to say? Perhaps. Do I not know how to talk to people? I don't think so. But then I started thinking. Maybe it was the shoes. Maybe the fact that the colour just didn't match the belt really threw me off. Maybe. The only thing that I know for sure is that the belt I bought from yd looked great and the shoes which were bought elsewhere let me down. I don't want to make that mistake again.
Date published: 2015-10-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect fit and Style I bought this belt some months ago. My partner convinced me to buy it by all means because she could not just take her eyes off it. I liked it too but not as much as her. But now I love it. I could see the reason why she did not give up trying to convince me to buy it. The color,texture, design.... awesome.Its a good value for money.
Date published: 2016-02-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The friendmaker belt The perfect belt - it was one of the only belts that matched the colour of my shoes that i like to wear with my nice blue suit. Now when im out and about its fair to say i look incredibly dapper and everyone wants to be my friend. Thanks to this belt i now have a whole posse of well dressed friends. with supreme belts.
Date published: 2016-03-18
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