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D-ring and Velcro Belts for Kids, Which To Choose and Why

When I started my company, Cute Beltz I was so excited because let’s face it, you couldn’t and still can’t find belts for toddlers in the major chains and I was going to make sure every kid’s “bum” was covered! After 4 years, I am still excited about belts! It really is a wonderful feeling to hear a “thank you” from so many of you!

I love that we offer two types of belts because no person is the same and we all have a look in mind when we purchase an accessory. So it’s cool we offer traditional D-ring belts and our signature, easy to use Velcro belts. The difference between the two is one takes a little more practice than the other! I always advise customers to buy the Velcro belt if you have a child under three because most likely you are potty training or they are just starting to dress themselves.  The D-ring belt can easily be fasten by a child, just takes a little practice.  My now, six year old has been using it since she was three.  It was a great accomplishment when she mastered the D-ring belt! :-)

Take a look at our belts, www.CuteBeltz.com and if you have any questions, we are always here to help, info@CuteBeltz.com.

Have a great weekend!

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