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Fringe Benefits: 4 No-Fuss Pieces That Fit This Trend
With the runways giving us a seriously seventies comeback, it should come as no surprise that fringe has emerged as a mainstream must-have rather than just another bohemian basic.
Whether you want to embrace this hippie vibe with a full-on fringe outfit or just want to test-drive a touch of the detail, we rounded up four no fuss pieces to pull off the look in a completely modern way.
The Suede Jacket
Take a standard suede jacket to the wild west by picking a style with fringed sleeves. This easy topper will take any look to the next level. Make your styling pieces muted so your fringe can have the spotlight.
The Swingy Skirt
If you really want to go for it with fringe, a sexy swaying skirt works wonders after-hours on the dance floor. For a slightly less swingy look suitable for work, a sleek pencil with fringe edges will elevate your smart staples. Pair with a slouchy sweatshirt for a laid-back feel or a button down to go corporate casual.
The Frayed Top
A touch of fringe on a structured top gives your overall outfit an extra detail with dimension. Take a knit tank or cotton top and pair it with a relaxed pair of high-waisted jeans for a weekend look that works perfectly with a mimosa at brunch.
The Leather Dress
Looking to take a break from your boring LBD? Add a touch of leather and a little fringe to give your go-to, throw-on dress a little something extra. Leather brings a luxe element that balances out the frilly nature of fringe. Finish your frock off with a towering heel and red lip for a simple take on sultry.
With innovative iterations of this flippy trim on everything from dresses to skirts to tops, it’s time to re-think your wardrobe and embrace all the benefits of fringe-worthy fashion.