I think I am responsible for this belt-with-jeans discussion but actually I did not see what Leonor wears as jeans and the belt suggestion was to balance the blouse so it is my opinion only.
However, my sister and her friends who are mostly Spanish and all are teens like, swap, share belts.
There is no rule and I am glad of it.
You are in no way responsible for how we all discuss fashion trends. I will point out however that "mostly Spanish" means little when actual Spaniards are commenting on fashion trends in Spain.
Respectfully, Isabel, I mean that it was because of something I wrote that the discussion started and I was trying to clarify.
'Mostly Spanish' was in reference to the fact that my sister, and most of her friends, are Spanish.
I acknowledge that my English is not so fluent but you do not need to be rude or aggressive.
Mariola, I'm so sorry you thought I was being rude or aggressive, I honestly didn't want or tried to be. English is not my first language either and often it sounds more forcefully written than the way I want to. Part of my working life has been in England working with Americans and often when discussing food or fashion etc with them I'd mention I'm Spanish only to be told something like "oh year, my cousin is Spanish from Nicaragua, Mexico .... which made the conversation difficult because many couldn't understand that Spanish is a language and there are huge differences in politics/society/food and and fashion between Spain and countries in Latin America when cultural components are very indiosyncratic to individual countries. It's what I tried to say but very poorly delivered.
Again my apologies for upsetting you. I didn't mean it.