Fringed shoes: 3 favorite looks
We’re really getting into fringed boots! And in the most literal sense of the word too: Because the pretty decoration doesn’t just adorn cowboy boots but other boots, sandals, ankle boots and high heels too. What goes well with fringed shoes? These three looks are huge hits:
1st Fringed Shoe Look: Cowboy country
You could say they are our national shoe: cowboy boots. But if you’re a little too old to be playing Cowboys and Indians, boots, ankle boots or fringed boots are much cooler. A bit of a heel isn’t just great for women’s varieties, but for men’s too. In black or any possible shade of brown, they go great with light or washed out black jeans. Men can wear a white or blue t shirt or shirt. For women, there’s the option of wearing a tank top in white or a romantic color like dusky pink or lavender, otherwise a single-color loose fitting blouse will also do the trick. You can pass on the cowboy hat and braids. Instead, women should wear a ponytail and men can stick to a normal gelled do.
2nd Fringed Shoe Look: Girls only
High heels with fringes at ankle height and gladiator style sandals with shin high laced fringing emphasize pretty legs. It doesn’t matter which color or material you go for here: Black or brown, leather or fabric. And it almost doesn’t matter what you wear with it either, because everyone will be looking at your feet. But only almost: We recommend a plain minidress with narrow straps or capped sleeves, add a plain necklace and a black minimalist clutch purse – and you’re done!
3rd Fringed Shoe Look: Boys only
Men can look smoking hot in fringed shoes too. Black or very dark brown varnished loafers with fringe loops are best for this look. Match them with cloth pants or chinos, which are very narrowly cut and emphasize your butt. You can skip the stockings. Fold the pant legs once. Add a fitted or V neck shirt. Then all you need is a leather belt with a silver buckle and there you have it: the perfect outfit to meet the in-laws.
All frayed? Please don’t: Fringed shoes need to be taken good care of and shouldn’t be left all tangled up. That applies especially to fine, long fringes. Comb through them with your fingers and untangle them. When storing your shoes, keep the fringe in check with a silk ribbon.