80s Liz Claiborne Belt Wide Style
80s Liz Claiborne Belt in wide suede and leather demonstrates Girl Glam style. Luscious suede in velvet-like condition evokes 80s style confidence.
The belt buckle in embossed black leather measures near 4″. The strap measures 2 3/8″ around. The buckle system displays conventional closure. A gold tone prong slides into holes that range to fit sizes 28-32″.
The inside reads Liz Claiborne Accessories Genuine Leather SMALL #2860.
In near perfect condition, this belt accentuates any accessory collection.
80s fashion glorifies GLAM.
80s fashion staged confidence. Great glam evening attire demanded glamorous accessories and jewelry. Consequently, bling was born! Geometric shapes and bright sparkle accentuated every accessory.
In addition, shoulder grazing chandelier earrings defined earring design. Also, brooches return along with bold gold bangles, necklaces and earrings. While metallic leather shimmered clutches, rhinestone studs accentuated every accessory.
Most important, designer clothing found its mark in 80s fashion. Donna Karan, Calvin Klein, Yves Saint Laurent and Ralph Lauren presented their designs. Silk jersey fit the body.
Because American fashion was sensible, affordable and wearable, it became highly collected globally.
Denim and leather rock the music scene. MTV showcased Punk and New Wave bands like Devo and The Clash. Michael Jackson’s Thriller exploded on the charts.
As a result the leather jacket became icon to the 80s.
Anne Elisabeth Jane Claiborne (March 31, 1929 – June 26, 2007) designed for an American businesswoman. Her success was built upon stylish yet affordable apparel for career women featuring colorfully tailored separates that could be mixed and matched.