Fringe has been a trend that comes and goes in the fashion world. Not only that, but it has always been a hit or miss for many of us Fashionistas. Some fringed pieces are either too overdone or the fringe is oddly placed. We’ve all seen the shirt or dress with fringe all over or the jeans that have fringe going down the side. These images make us think that the only time this trend would work is on Halloween so that we can dress up as a flapper girl from the 1920′s.
However, this Fashoinista seems to have fringe down to a science. Even though she incorporates it into her ensemble, it’s certainly not the primary focus. Everything from her dainty white lace blouse with a cute Peter Pan collar to her mint colored skater skirt go perfectly with her tan colored bag that has fringe details. Not only that, but her metallic ballet flats are the cherry on top to this outfit, giving it a unique flare without taking away from the harmony of the whole ensemble.
The fringe trend can be quite versatile and fused with so many different styles. Yet, the most important thing to note is that the easiest way to wear it is with simple and structured items like a collared blouse or a skater skirt. Although the fringe trend is huge during the spring and summer, it can definitely be incorporated into your fall wardrobe for some extra spice on your scarves, sweaters and thick socks over boots.
Spotted: This trend is going to make a huge comeback next spring. It was seen on the Rodarte spring 2014 ready-to-wear runway, where the main inspiration came from the adventurous feel of Northern California.