Fringe It On
Source – fashionologie.com
A lot of us must think that if we talk of fringe we are bound to steer towards the Boho character. Yes these babies are free spirited of course, but that’s only because of the boyish shape it has.
When we look at them we think Men.
You get these in mixed-media wing tips for more drama. With spritely toe shapes we make a statement supporting the trend today. They are a boyish substitute to cap toe heels – If I might add.
A very gamine golfer (the old time vintage classic) or a pilgrim, Pixie in particular is the kind of look they project.
Fringe is pretty evident these days in dresses, bags, boots, accessories and yes of course they are Boho but when we talk of these numbers – they are purely classic and crisp sharp.
Pair them up with all your vintage clothing or even a pair of high waist jeans with a color blocked blouse, vintage sunnies and of course complete it with a fedora.
Designers who did pure justice to this trend are Marc Jacobs, Paul Smith, Chloe, Marni, Timo Weiland for Tsubo, Elizabeth and James, Sessun, RED Valentino, Alberto Fasciani, Miu Miu, Prada, Nine West, Madewell, Rachel Roy, Sonia, McQ, Tabitha Simmons and lots more.
Your look is set this fall for sure as long as you own at least one of these.