Fringe fashion trend is not just a fringe benefit this season. Like a real blast from the past, 70’s fringe and tassels all- over trend is at its prime combined with flared jeans in a carnival chic. Whether you like fringes and flared trousers, with ponchos and capes on top (open hem outerwear combines with fringe trims), they can be seen everywhere- from the streets to the runways. Everybody is crazy about fringes and suede. If you haven’t purchased a handbag or jacket with fringes yet, you can look at mom’s wardrobe to find something to go with this trend. Here are several outfits inspired by all the suede and fringe benefits coming from the four-decade throwback dominating this season.
Here is my first pick a faux suede fringe sleeve dress in beige or black. Faux suede is soft and curves hugging.
If you think that fringe sleeves are bit over-the-top, then try this faux suede fringe vest which is right on sale now.
One of my favorite, a leather jacket can go fringe. This jacket is real quality leather, and will last for years to come in your wardrobe, so if this is not your style, there is not reason to invest in expensive and durable apparel.
Another option is to add fringe booties or/ and fringe handbags to your outfit.
Sam Edelman Louie is the tassel embellished version of Petty, the ever popular suede ankle bootie. 2 in sturdy heel and soft suede/leather upper makes this bootie highly recommendable for both casual dressers and fashionistas.
Last but not least when browsing the webstores I came across something I would call Poor Girl Instant Edge Chic Tool, a fringe belt which is going to turn any plain pencil skirt into a trendy fringe skirt.