Fringe is a look that has been gaining a lot of attention due to the current fashion trend of 70s style.
It’s understandable if it is something you have never tried before. That’s understandable. However, don’t write it off—just yet.
You can add fringe to your wardrobe in a variety of ways. We couldn’t provide you with all of them, but we’ve got a few really cute fringe looks that we think will—pardon the pun—tickle your fancy.
You won’t be believed if you tell us you don’t like these high-heeled fringe sandals. They are way too distinctive and plain ole sexy to be ignored—or denied!
Kimonos are a great way to honor the Boho trend. If you choose the type with fringe on the sleeves, it will make your jacket look more unique.
Tassel earrings are another name for fringes. This is one of the easiest and cheapest ways to have a fashionable look.
You’re planning to go out for dinner and dance? How can a fringed mini go wrong? #youcan’t
If you’re looking for something more, then a fringed dress is the way to go. It is more difficult to find but worth it.
You can wear a fringed leather jacket all year long. We guarantee at least one person everywhere you go will ask where you got your fringe leather jacket.
It’s often the small things that have a big impact. This fringe bracelet is an excellent example.
If you find yourself wearing fringes more often but mini skirts are not your style, then you could opt for a skirt with a little more length like this one. It is nice that it’s made of suede.
If you prefer the fringe mini, but do not want to be bothered with “sitting nicely” or crossing your leg the whole time, fringe shorts would make a fantastic alternative. The looks without the (wearing) maintenance.
Spending a lot of time at the beach is a great way to spend your summer. You can decorate your ankles without wearing any shoes by using fringe.
Our favorite fringe accessory is the fringe clutch. It can be worn from the office to drinks and a hot date without missing a beat.
You like to crochet in your spare time? You will be admired by your friends for making them fringe scarves such as this one.
You may not have thought to use “fringe” with “maxi dresses” in the exact same sentence. If you’re looking for a dress that has some fringe on the side where the flare usually goes, it should be easy to find.
Kimono-style cover-ups work well for the summer. Look for a winter version made of cashmere, wool or a combination.
If you are looking to buy a pair of new boots, then cowboys are the best. Cowboy boots that have fringe? Even better.
Both neon and fringe are trends that work well together. Can you tell?
You can find a fringed purse like this one if you want to carry a purse but prefer it with a handle (instead a clutch). The fringes are available in two colors.
Gladiator shoes are striking. If you choose a pair of sandals with fringes, you will be remembered.
The tank top is a staple in any woman’s closet. Get a few tank tops with fringes to “shake things up” a little.
If we haven’t convinced you yet to buy some fringe, then at least invest in a necklace. This necklace will add a touch of class to any casual outfit.
Ah! It’s hard to put into words how good some clothing is! We love this fringed pencil skirt!
Vests were proudly worn in the 70s. Fur and fringe were two of the most popular types. You can still wear these styles now that the 70s is back.
You may want to appear cute and adorable at times. A pair of fingerless gloves with fringe is a great way to achieve this look.
The fringe cardigan. Truly, it needs no introduction—or additional copy. It’s beautiful and unique. This is a unique take on fringe.