You guys, who else is obsessed with fringe? I can’t get enough of it right now and I love working it into my outfits in little ways. Fringe is so iconic to the bohemian vibe thats laid back and comfortable. Its edgy, has great movement, and is a fun accent or focal piece. Luckily there are so many options for it right now so finding fringe I want to wear has been really easy without going full Coachella.
Here are some of my favorite fringe looks that are inspiring me right now with links to their respective bloggers as well as my top picks for this season’s trend.
Fringe in Clothing:
Fringe on a skirt has so much movement and swing to it it just makes you want to spin around. The great part about choosing a statement piece like this is you can dress is down, like the photo above with a button down, or dress is up with some leather boots. You can choose full fringe like the skirt above or go for something that has a fringe detail on it.
This oversized suede jacket with fringe detail is fun and with the right accessories can be chic and stylish. Clothing is fringe detail is fun because it comes in all styles from boho to business casual. While many styles do fit into the 70s-esque bohemian or country western type they don’t all fall into that category. Below I’ve linked to some great options for fringe that can be worn day to day without being over the top.
Fringe on Shoes:
Lately I have seen so many shoes with fringe from Chuck Taylor’s to sandals to boots. Shoes are a fabulous way to make a statement by pairing them with some great basic pieces. Fringe sandals are a great option for transitioning from summer to fall, for my fellow warm weather girls (SoCal and NorCal I’m looking at you) these are a great option until the weather is cool enough for boots.
I am loving these Cynthia Vincent fringe boots I bought a couple of months ago off Revolve Clothing. They are a total statement shoe but work so well with so many different outfits. Adding fringe to boots just gives them a little bit more flair and edge.
Fringe on Bags:
Bags, bags, bags. Fringe on bags seems like a no-brainer because it is. They look amazing and don’t detract from the other pieces you are wearing, plus you can swap the bag out with just about any outfit. These are great for a date night when you want to be stylish but not too over the top.
I’m a big fan of clutches because they look great with an outfit and you don’t have to worry about the annoying strap. They are big enough to hold your essentials without having enough room to fit the kitchen sink. I am a big big big offender of stuffing everything I “might at some point possibly want” into my purse. I have been known to try to bring whole meals with me in my purse, true story.
There are a million and one DIY tutorials out there for fringe jewelry and scarves. I’m not terrible crafty…ok, I can’t craft to save my life…so I’ve linked to some of my faves in stores. For you crafty girls, I envy you and I wish I could do the things you do, feel blessed.
I love this amazing fringe scarf. It’s perfect for when the weather gets cold and is a great accessory that has some really fun moving elements in it that give it some body and texture.
One last thing, in the comments below please share your favorite ways to wear fringe and if you have a blog post about it link to it! Thanks girls:)[/fusion_builder_column][/fusion_builder_row][/fusion_builder_container]