Up until recently, I had always thought fringe was only appropriate on jackets in the 1960s and 1970s, but it looks like this style is making a comeback. Lately, I’ve seen fringe on dresses, jackets, shirts and even shoes. Check out how far this style has come and how it’s being worn today.
If you want to try the typical fringe jacket, Urban Outfitters is the place for you. Go neutral with this tan suede jacket or brighten up with this purple fringe moto jacket. Not quite ready for a full fringe jacket? Try a vest like this fringed drape vest from Forever 21.
A fringe dress or top is playful and the perfect pick for a fun night out. Pair this ASOS fringe tunic with jeans and heels and accessorize with metallic jewelry. If you’re feeling more daring, channel your inner rock star with this fringe dress.
Get comfortable with the fringe trend by incorporating it into your accessories first. ASOS has a great selection of accessories such as this fringe shoulder bag and this clutch bag. I think these H&M earrings are a great way to step into the fringe style without being too overwhelmed.
Will you be trying on some fringe soon?