Where to Shop for Plus Size Belts

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where to shop for plus size belts for women

So often, I have folks ask me in comments, on social media, and by email where they can find plus size belts. So many brands, even ones that carry plus sizes, don't offer an extended size range for their belts. I wanted to share where to shop for plus size belts for women. They do exist, and they're available in a range of prices, styles, quality, and brands.

It is ridiculous that 67% of the women in the United States are plus size, and the average American woman is a size 16, yet we continue to struggle to find plus size belts. I hope this list of where to shop for plus size belts is a useful resource for you.

Where to Shop for Plus Size Belts for Women

This list is not exhaustive; it is just the places where I or folks I know have had success shopping for plus size belts. The list is in alphabetical order. I look forward to your comments on where you shop for belts so I can ensure this list is a valuable resource for those seeking plus size women's belts!

collage of four photos of Alison wearing an ADA wrap belt
Over the years wearing my ADA wrap belts

ADA Belts

I have loved ADA wrap belts for years; here I am, styling an ADA wrap belt back in 2015. High-quality leather from a woman-owned sustainable company, these belts can transform a wardrobe, and I often wear them in place of a dress' self-belt to switch up the look. ADA offers its wrap belts in an extended length that is 5″ longer. I have the shorter length and have found it work well up to a size 16 and could possibly do an 18; the 5″ longer option would make these belts available to a few more sizes.


Anthropologie has a pretty nice selection of trendy and classic belts in various materials including leather. If you are looking for a belt incorporating current trends, Anthropologie likely has it available up to 3X.


If you are looking for plus-size belts at wallet-friendly prices and/or that incorporate the latest trends, check out ASOS. I have several belts from ASOS, and while they aren't the quality I'd need for hard-working everyday use to keep jeans in place, they are fabulous for adding style to outfits, and ASOS offers up to 4X in belts.


I love Beltaway. This is a metal-free durable elastic belt with a sturdy plastic buckle that is fantastic for keeping jeans from sliding down. Beltaway comes in size 0-14 and size 16-4X. They are strong, washable, adjustable. I love my Beltaway also for faking a tucked-in top.

Duluth Trading

While Duluth usually only has one or two styles of plus size belts, these are clean and classic leather belts that can handle everyday wear. Duluth carries belts up to size 3X.

Alison in a denim jacket, black tank, and white jeans with a black leather belt and a silver buckle that says Gary in turquoise
I found this belt buckle on eBay and on Etsy, I was able to find a black leather belt in the width and length I desired to fit the buckle and my body.


I have often shopped for plus size belts on Etsy because I can get the width, the length, the color, and the style I desire in any length I need. You'll have to do a bit of digging but with the right keywords (for example, “leather dress belt plus size” or “custom length stretch belt women”), you can find some gems. Do not focus on gender; often the belts advertised for men are right on trend for any gender and often high quality and thickness.

Grace Karin

Grace Karin is a fashion brand sold on Amazon that carries a range of low-priced trendy belts up to size 4XL. I have a wide stretchy belt with a patent buckle from Grace Karin that is just as nice as one I got at Macy's years ago.


JCPenney is a great destination for classic belts for work and weekend available up to size 3XL and they are almost always $30 or less.


J.Jill doesn't carry many belts, but when they do, they are classic styles, made of quality leather, and available in 2X/3X sizes.


While Kohl's may seem to have an extensive selection of plus size belts, their belt selection only goes up to 2X. However, if you fit in this size range, Kohl's has a lot of options especially for casual everyday belt styles.

Lands' End

Lands' End makes quality leather belts in plus sizes 1X-3X and waist sizes 40-58. These are classic belts for dress/work and for casual/denim usually in brown, black, and occasionally a color like tan or cognac. For those unsure about number sizes of belts, you choose your waist size in inches for your belt and it should fit on the middle hole with some room for natural body fluctuation.

Lane Bryant

Lane Bryant has been bringing it lately and the Lane Bryant belt selection has improved with on-trend styles, leather options, and sizes 14/16-26/28.


If you are looking for stylish belts from name brands, head to Macy's. Macy's carries belts from brands like Calvin Klein, Levi's, and Tommy Hilfiger up to size 3X at this link.

Old Navy

Old Navy doesn't always have an extensive belt selection, but when Old Navy offers belts, they are available up to size 3X/4X. Wallet-friendly prices, and a mix of on-trend styles and classic belts makes Old Navy a place worth checking for plus size women's belts.


QVC is a pretty democratic place for fashion as most everything they offer, belts included, are available up to 3X with some up to 5X. Most belts on QVC are sized 2X/3X OR 1X-3X which means it should fit up to a 51″ waist.

Ralph Lauren

Everyone deserves elegance and quality. Ralph Lauren carries many styles of stylish belts on the brand website that are available in sizes 1X-3X.


Snag is known for their size-inclusive tights, and I was thrilled to find they now carry vegan leather belts with your choice of silver or gold buckle. Available in clothing sizes 2-34, Snag says these are limited edition so grab while they have them!


If your local Target's belt selection is disappointing, head online where Target has a better selection of plus size belts up to size 58-60 and 3XL.


Torrid carries clothing and accessories in sizes 10-30 and each season, Torrid has a good selection of plus size belts. Many of Torrid's belts are more for fashion (faux leather, chains, stretch, etc.) but Torrid usually also has one or two leather belts perfect for keeping up jeans and trousers while also looking stylish.

Vermont Country Store

I doubt you were expecting this suggestion, but the Vermont Country Store carries a highly-rated pebble grain leather dress belt available up to size 3X/47″,

Where Do You Find Plus Size Belts?

I'd love to hear from you! Where do you shop for plus size belts? Did I miss your favorite retailer or brand? Please share in the comments and help fellow members of the Wardrobe Oxygen community!

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  1. Thank you, thank you, thank you for this. I will be saving this for future reference. I often dislike self belts or cheap looking included belts and this is a great resource.

  2. Thanks for mentioning Lane Bryant. I haven’t thought of them for awhile. I checked out your link and ended up with a fitted (“waisted”) denim jacket that turned out to be as cute as pictured when I rec’d it today, and will be really useful. Appreciate the wide variety of suggestions!

  3. H & M has a good selection of belts up to XXL that are reasonably priced and in both leather and faux leather. Nordstrom Rack also has a selection of at least XL belts. I don’t know the full range of sizes there.

  4. This was an excellent resource. Thank you for sharing. A few of these I already knew about, but was particularly excited to learn about the wrap belts from ADA. Thanks again

  5. I have purchased two belts recently through the Coach outlet that come in one long length, but the idea is that you cut the belt to fit by removing the buckle and then putting it back on. I have not followed through on this step yet but it looks easy to do. I also like Free People for belts – good selection and lots of sizes. Check them out for bags too.

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