Fringe is the trend that just won’t quit! It’s taken over the fashion game in 2015, appearing all over the runways not only for Spring/Summer 2015, but again for Fall 2015! And that’s in no way a complaint, because I definitely haven’t gotten enough of this trend yet. So here are the best ways to transition the fringe look from the summer styles to fall.
Fringe hems are really where it’s at with this trend this season, particularly when it comes to skirts or dresses. Also look for skirts made entirely out of fringe like some of the looks featured at BCBG Max Azria and J.Crew. The Sally LaPointe runway also had amazing fringe hemmed skirts that I’m absolutely in love with, and there was a stunning full fringe dress at Rebecca Minkoff that looks like the love child of a 20s flapper and 70s hippie that I just can’t get out of my head. For an article that’s a bit less expensive, look to H&M’s Fringed skirt—it’ll be your favorite item of the season.
From fringe cardigans, jackets, sweaters, and ponchos, bundling up or layering with fringe is a great way to display this trend as the weather gets a bit more brisk. Burberry Prorsum’s collection really took a liking to this trend, with capes and ponchos heavily featuring fringe and using it as 70s inspiration with patchwork and print designs. Zara also has an amazing Long Fringed Suede Jacket that looks phenomenal with a nice pair of this season’s hottest jean look, bellbottoms. You’ll be channeling your mothers for sure with this look, but you’ll look super hot while doing so.
I’ve always been a sucker for fringe on shoes, and the shoes on offer this season do not disappoint. From stilettos to boots, you can’t go wrong with a fringed shoe this year. Check out Jeffery Campbell Dillon’s stunning Leather Fringe Heel, or Saint Laurent’s cowboy inspired New Western Fringe Bootie to put on your wish list, or check out Rebecca Minkoff’s Rio Booties which are a bit more affordable.