How do you keep your belts organized?

  • silverfox

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    Aug 11, 2009 4:20 AM GMT
    Am I the only one that has a hard time figuring out how to organize belts so that you can see what you got and get to them quickly?

    Do you keep them rolled up in a draw? Hanging on wire hangers?
    I would prefer an option that doesn't include screwing things into walls and such....

    Any suggestions?
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    Aug 11, 2009 4:38 AM GMT
    I just drape them over my clothes rack.

    But I really want to get one of these..

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  • silverfox

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    Aug 11, 2009 4:51 AM GMT
    oh yes I like THAT! Where do I get THAT?

    Bed bath and Beyond?

    Must find.
  • Puppy80

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    Aug 11, 2009 9:17 AM GMT
    http://www.organizeit.com/tiebelt.asp

    http://www.organizeit.com/poaxistiebelt.asp?rtnFile=tiebelt&rtnDisplay=Tie+%26+Belt+Hangers *for some odd reason, this one won't turn into a clickable link?

    I just woke up, but did a search for ya Foxy! It's not quite the one xrichx posted, but it's only 8 bucks + shipping
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    Aug 11, 2009 10:56 AM GMT
    I just roll them up and throw them in a draw.

    When I need to know which belt to wear I just use an advanced logarithm, like cher from clueless
  • silverfox

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    Aug 11, 2009 1:27 PM GMT
    Puppy80 saidhttp://www.organizeit.com/tiebelt.asp

    http://www.organizeit.com/poaxistiebelt.asp?rtnFile=tiebelt&rtnDisplay=Tie+%26+Belt+Hangers *for some odd reason, this one won't turn into a clickable link?

    I just woke up, but did a search for ya Foxy! It's not quite the one xrichx posted, but it's only 8 bucks + shipping


    Thanks Pup! So many to choose from...decisions! Buying today icon_smile.gif
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    Aug 11, 2009 1:28 PM GMT
    if you keep them all on the floor they are very easy to find
  • silverfox

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    Aug 11, 2009 1:29 PM GMT
    I think I like THIS one....

    It spins!

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    On sale for $8.99


  • HndsmKansan

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    Aug 11, 2009 1:30 PM GMT
    Michael, I keep them slung over one end of my clothes rack in my closet.
    My largest problem is occasionally my western belts fall down because the
    western belt buckles are large and heavy... I don't have time for much else...
    and the polo shirts take up too much room.


    Now I do have a tie rack in there and I have about 30 ties on it.
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    Aug 11, 2009 1:38 PM GMT
    silverfox1 saidI think I like THIS one....

    It spins!

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    On sale for $8.99

    But that's for ties. I have a couple somewhat like the one that xrichx pictured above. My downfall is that I get lazy and don't always use them, and soon my belts are all over the closet, or in the hamper still on pants, or wherever else belts like to hide. And the one that's AWOL is always the one I need right now for a particular outfit when I'm running late. Is that Murphy's Belt Law?
  • Timbales

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    Aug 11, 2009 1:56 PM GMT
    here's lighted, motorized one: http://www.organize.com/mottierac.html
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    Aug 11, 2009 2:45 PM GMT
    Timberoo saidhere's lighted, motorized one: http://www.organize.com/mottierac.html


    amazingly... it makes no sense....
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    Aug 11, 2009 2:49 PM GMT
    i find them in various piles of my "organized" clothes.

    some are in my suitcases, some are on hangars, some are among the pile of clothes on my chair, others are among the pile of clothes on my couch, or the pile of clothes on my floor.

    oh, and im wearing one.... that i found on the floor.
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    Aug 11, 2009 4:43 PM GMT
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    The belt that I use is draped over the last hook on the hat rack. The worn-out one is stuffed in the back of the sock drawer. I don't know... as an emergency backup or something. When the "good" one wears out, I put it in the drawer and throw away the older one

    Oh yeah... The scuba weight belts are on the floor in the garage closet (too heavy to hang). The kitesurfing and climbing harnesses are hanging from a nail in that closet. The seatbelts have these handy little gizmos that roll them up and store them right in the vehicles.

    I guess I do have a lot of em.
  • MikemikeMike

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    Aug 11, 2009 4:49 PM GMT
    Red_Vespa said
    silverfox1 saidI think I like THIS one....

    It spins!

    hr_tiespinner.jpg

    On sale for $8.99

    But that's for ties. I have a couple somewhat like the one that xrichx pictured above. My downfall is that I get lazy and don't always use them, and soon my belts are all over the closet, or in the hamper still on pants, or wherever else belts like to hide. And the one that's AWOL is always the one I need right now for a particular outfit when I'm running late. Is that Murphy's Belt Law?


    yeah and if the hook falls off the top I'm sure you will find another use for it.icon_lol.gificon_lol.gif
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    Aug 11, 2009 4:54 PM GMT
    mindgarden saidI guess I do have a lot of em.

    Well I do have several dozen at least. Like having a selection of wristwatches and eyeglasses, one needs to properly accessorize with every outfit, from grungy Florida casual to business to formal black tie (for which one wears narrow dress suspenders and never a belt anyway).

    For decades my favorite dress-down belt has been either cloth or leather with a D-ring buckle. I also like military slide buckles, which I once wore with my uniforms. The D-rings work the same as the straps on my motorcycle helmets, and are infinitely adjustable. Over the years that style has come & gone in fashion circles, but I've just always worn it, and always will.

    I have belts in every conceivable color and style, including a rainbow one. Like neckties, in my view a man can never have too many belts.
  • DuggerPDX

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    Aug 11, 2009 4:56 PM GMT
    A complete and total closet organization system from The Container store called Elfa, it's wonderful.
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    Aug 11, 2009 5:13 PM GMT
    clotheshangers....i TRY to be organized..but end up stashing them in my drawers
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    Aug 11, 2009 5:57 PM GMT
    here are some of them...


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    a few times a year i'll roll them all up and organize them, but it never lasts long lol