With a nod to western embellishments and festival style, a flowing fringe piece can take a look to the next level.The drama created by the soft curtain swishing as you move is ideal for swaying to music or riding off into the sunset. Fringe fashion is having more than a moment with long laces on just about everything. We’re partial to swishy sleeves, accessories and skirts. Your fringe piece will make you want to move, guaranteed.
Challenge #182: How to wear fringe?
Jameela Ghann, 25
Calgary | Jam and Tea
“Growing up in the prairies, if there is one thing I have learned how to wear, it’s fringe! I think fringe looks best in leather and I love this vintage brown leather jacket with a fountain of fringe. I paired my western-style jacket with jeans and black high heel boots. This look has Calgary Stampede written all over it.”
Jameela is wearing: Jacket, Velour Clothing Exchange; Jeans, Second Clothing; Jewellery, Alora Jewellery.
Liat Neuman, 39
Toronto | YomanChic
“I love how the fringe trend gives a flirty, bohemian feel to any outfit. Inspired by Coachella and other music festivals that happening this season, I decided to pair my fringe pencil skirt with a band T shirt and a sweater tied around my waist. To finish the look I’ve added an open-toe mule with a pop of colour.”
Liat is wearing: Skirt, Club Monaco; T-shirt, Urban Outfitters; Shoes, Zara; Sweater, Cos; Bracelet, Topaz Jewelry.
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