Fringe has gotten really popular lately, starting from fall of last year up to this year’s spring. Fringe is great for adding texture, detail and movement to any look and what’s great about it is that it doesn’t necessarily have to be big and bold to make a difference in your look. Fringes are also quite versatile: you can do Boho, street style, casual or even just an everyday look with them. For spring, fringes are often worn for festival outfits but here are some ideas on how to wear fringe even after festival season.
- FRINGE SKIRT – a fringe skirt is one of the things you can wear outside of festival season and still pull off. It’s a great addition to any look that needs more movement and little bit of drama and it’s great for adding a nice, unique twist on your outfit as well. You can choose to go with a fringe hemmed skirt but if you think that is too much for you, you can always go with a fringe embellished one instead with less fringes.
- FRINGE CARDIGAN – cardigans will always be a staple for spring and you can even carry it on over to your summer wardrobe and if you’re looking for a great way to have some fringe added to your look, why not go with a fringe cardigan sweater? This will help you get more texture into your outfit to make it look more interesting.
- FRINGED LEATHER – think fringes are a little too laidback for the look you have in mind? Get a sleeker and edgier look with fringes by wearing it in leather. Leather fringed skirts are great for achieving a sexy look with an interesting twist while fringed leather jackets are great for adding a bit of a striking look. Wearing fringed leather pieces is always a good way to get less of that festival vibe in your look.
- FRINGED ACCESSORIES – now, if fringes really give you a hard time not thinking about festival season, you can always wear them minimally and fringed accessories can help you with that. A fringed necklace, fringe tassel drop earrings, fringe shoes, fringe purse – these are just some of the fringe accessories you can add to your outfit to give it just the right amount of fringe. Try not to wear too many fringed pieces at a time, though (I’d say wear two in different areas at the most), so you don’t end up going overboard.