1. Lose the belt
2. Keep the belt
3. Switch flats and heels
One thing you can do to make your look fresh is to switch the matching belt that came with your wrap or shirtdress to one that’s more individual and distinctive. If your belt is different from the rest of the ensemble you will have a focal point. Think a rich color, a cowboy buckle or a wide satin ribbon bow-tied at the side…
If you want to make even more of a statement just belt something you usually wouldn’t, like your overcoat or a chunky sweater. Sexy!
Try anything you usually wear with heels with flats, and vice versa, to create umpteen new looks. If people are accustomed to seeing you with flats all the time then switch it up and wear the same outfit with heels.
I just did this at work with a pair of boots I got. They are the long, slouchy kind and I usually wear them under my wide leg pants. I tucked some form fitting pants into the boots and wore them halfway up my calves.
This drew more attention because there was a new focal point for people to look at.