MAKE A SWINGING STATEMENT
A fringe top is a funky, head-turning piece—the natural movement of this embellished beauty is sure to draw attention (especially on the dance floor!). Try pairing it with skinny jeans in a faded or neutral-colored wash to keep the attention up top. Since the fringe does most of the work, there’s no need to go crazy with accessories; a pair of midi-boots and some hoop earrings will do.
GO A BIT BOHO
To embrace the swinging ‘70s look, opt for a skirt with fringe along an asymmetrical hem. A piece like this feels a bit boho & a bit country western, so the perfect accompaniment is, of course, a denim button-up. The lightweight fabric of chambray pair well with the heavier texture of suede (faux or real!), and it lends the look a more casual, carefree feel. Top it off with stacked heel sandals, or boots if you want to push it even further into chic cowgirl territory.
KEEP IT CLASSIC
If you’re just dipping your toe into the shallow end of the fringe-trend pool, a knit open-front cardigan with subtle hem embellishment is less “in your face” fringe. Throw this easy layer over a dress with tights & high boots, then add long, lariat pieces to play up the vibe while still remaining in your classic comfort zone.