Fringe was all over the SS 15’ runways and although it’s not spring or summer yet, we’re super ready to wear it. Designers like Proenza Schouler, Tory Burch, and Creatures of Comfort all included fringe in their designs whether it was a dress full of fringe or just a little on a skirt or top. Street style favorites like Olivia Palermo have already been rocking the trend since SS 15’ fashion week so it’s sure to catch on soon.
Whether you’re ready to be fully inspired by western style or just want your fringe to move when you shake, check out these ways you can wear fringe now.

fringe1Fringed leather jacket. There’s nothing that comes to mind more when it comes to fringe than a leather jacket with some long fringe. These types of jackets make a strong statement as the fringes tend to go from sleeve to sleeve and they’re super long. Pair the jacket with a denim on denim look or go a more feminine route by pairing it with a crop top and pencil skirt. If you want to make the statement even stronger, wear it in a camel color.
Fringed top or skirt. If you’re not afraid of fringe but still just want to wear the right amount so you’re on trend, try wearing a skirt with a little bit of fringe. High-waisted flowy skirts already have a bit of movement on their own so why not add a little bit more with some fringe? Crop tops with a little fringe are also perfect if you don’t want to show your whole midriff as it covers just the right amount skin.
Bags and shoes. Ok, let’s say that the whole western vibe doesn’t appeal to you but you still want to be part of the trend. Incorporating fringe subtly is the way to go and something like a small purse or fringe on your shoes is the way to go. Some moccasins come with tassels so you don’t have to go out of your way to only buy western styled items.
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