The Fringe Binge

September 29, 2015 by

From runway and couture to street style and ready-to-wear, fringe is sweeping the nation…literally, and we couldn’t be more excited about this Fall 2015 trend.

While some designers are celebrating the modern pioneer woman by using fringe in the more traditional western style; others have reinvented the 70s-inspired detail by juxtaposing it with tailored apparel to create a more sophisticated look. Personally, I love it either way. The more fringe, the better, in my book. But for those of you who are a little more hesitant to take a chance with this seemingly daunting trend, I’ll show you how fashionable women around the world have been embracing fringe in their own unique ways.

RUNWAY

Fringe runway 1

Burberry Prorsum Fall 2015

 

Fringe runway 2

Rebecca Minkoff Fall 2015

 

fringe runway 3

Tom Ford Fall 2015

 

STREET STYLE

fringe street style 1

Modern Pioneer Woman – Olivia Palermo

 

fringe street style 2

70s Sophistication

 

fringe street style 4

Casually Chic Western Style

 

ACCESSORIES

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Ralph Lauren Fall 2015

 

blue fringly

Fringly by Steve Madden

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Rebecca Minkoff Fall 2015

Whether it’s a skirt, jacket, shoes, or purse, there’s something so alluring in the movement of fringe in an outfit.  From bohemian hippy to simply sophisticated, its versatility makes it a look any girl can pull off. Fringe has been in and out of fashion since the beginning of time, but this autumn is all about how you embrace the trend.  I know my wallet can already feel the addictive effects of the fringe binge.

xo, em

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