A few years ago, it seemed like all you needed to be a cool kid was a huge, low-slung belt over your jeans. It was a good time for lazy shoppers—no need to get a changing room, just buy a bunch of crazy belts and rotate them with your old clothes day after day. Every hip boy, especially the shaggy-haired types, had a white one. And then, as quickly as it had come, it was over. A period of skinny belts followed, a trend that felt forced, like something that had been decided from above and pushed on us because they had made more than... More >>>