No more leather cowgirl tassels of Fall/Winter 2012-2013 and in with delicate, sleek trims.
While fringe-accenting brings to mind the roaring twenties (Gatsby does come out in May…finally) and disco dancing queens, the trend remains anything but out-dated. And I know why! It’s a lot of fun to wear! The skirt photographed (Zara/ on sale) had me twirling around all day. I felt all types of girly. Fringe is one of those interesting details that can go from very feminine to very grunge very fast, so it’s all about finding the perfect piece for you. I personally find myself on all spans of the fashion spectrum, so fringe appeals to me for that very reason. I paired the skirt with a mint sweater as it is one of my favorite spring colors. The scarf was an out the door quick decision. An unexpected addition always makes an outfit more fun, and I loved the contrast it added. Below you’ll find some similar fringe skirts as well as frayed pieces I scooped up while scouring the internet.
For those of your a little more modest, Ann Taylor offers a lower hemline with their Hattie Fringe.
All about the detailing on this BCBG Modie Fringe mini.
This Glam-net dress is the perfect hue for spring!
For those late night party goers, imagine the fun you’ll have in this Ombre Fringe Bralet and Knickers Pairing from Top Shop!
The patriot in me LOVES this Ralph Lauren Fringe Sweater found at Macys.