How many posts on the fringe trend have you read so far this season? Well, you’re reading another one.
Following the 70s slash bohemian slash suede trend making waves during the aw15 fashion month, it’s no surprise that the fringe situation is having it’s ANOTHER well-deserved big break, quickly spreading from the runway and onto the street style stars outside the venues. Appearing in forms of skirts, bags, capes, shoes, and everything else, fringe is a classic hit among almost everyone from iconic brands to fashion’s in crowd. Here are some street style inspo to help you bring fringe into your everyday wardrobe.
Is your style (and also wallet, don’t forget wallet) ready for something more daring? Or just looking to step up your fringe game a little bit higher? Fashion houses like Tom Ford, J. Mendel, Sally LaPointe, and Vivienne Westwood are incorporating a touch of fringe into their aw15 collections. While Christopher Bailey of Burberry is notably dressing his supermodel in total fringe looks composing of fringe coats, capes, skirts, shoes, bags, and even its signature check scarfs. Fringe is officially the next big thing.
Whether if you are a runway regular, fashion’s ‘it’ girl, or just a regular fashionista hoping to step up the game. The fringe trend is the perfect way to grasp the classic 70s bohemian energy. No matter if its real suede, vegan suede, or anything else, this phenomenon can be easily incorporated into the everyday look, carrying the festival season look from the Coachella grounds into your wardrobe. Bank account not runway friendly? Here are some affordable fringe pieces to bring into your closet:
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