Dress belts should have a few inches of leather to the left of the buckle once it's fastened on your waist. Just enough to tuck under your first belt loop, or if the belt has, the loop on the belt. The preferred hole to utilize is the middle hole on your belt.
To be safe you can always err on the side of shortness if you need to, instead of wrapping a long tail of leather around your hip a second time.
Fortunately, casual belts have a little more room for flexibility, but an overly long belt end is still not a fashionable look.
Belts are usually measured with a range of pant sizes. It's best to pick your belts two to four sizes larger than your pants are to get a good fit. If you wear a 34″ trouser waist, a belt labeled 36″-38″ will probably be the right fit for you.
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I like the belt, however I could not find the width of the belt on your sales pitch so the width was too large and the buckle was losing its brand new look
Hi Wayne! We are glad you like your new belt. Thanks for passing that information onto us. We will begin to add the width of our belts on their website listings to make shopping easier for our customers.