Magazine » How to wear fringing?
It could be argued that fringing is the most fun of all trends to wear and can be worn in a variety of ways. We break it down into 3 ways to wear fringe.
Look back to the Seventies flare à la Saint Laurent, Emilio Pucci and Etro for full on bohemian glam. It’s all about leather fringing, biker and hippie influences and is uber easy to wear, as Sarah shows so well.
This would also be perfect for when festival season begins and you want to get your Coachella on.
Get in a flap
For a more sophisticated way to wear fringe, opt for layered fringed silk as Marco de Vincenzo (Checked Fringe Dress, £915) did so well. Reminiscent of the 1920s, this is a modern approach on the flapper dress, with it’s cutaway shoulders and fringe panels.
Fringing can work as beachwear, with straw like types and interesting swimwear which can look ubersexy on a beach. New Look’s Fringe Flounce Bikini Top (£15) and Fringe Tie Side Bikini Bottom (£8) is the perfect way to work the trend whilst on holiday.
Talking of holiday vibes, the Tibi Ophelie Fringe Mules (£344) are a great evening shoe. Wear with a loose dress in a breezy fabric for an effortless summer look.