If you aren't so big on this trend, you can start small. Accessories are a more conservative way to wear this trend, without sacrificing your level of comfort. e.g a fringed handbag (it is the easiest of them all, you can carry a fringe bag all day long. Rock it with a casual dress or add a casual spin to a more formal outfit), or fringed pair of shoes or sandals or by pairing your fringe piece with anything modern or minimalist. It is an incredible way to add a little texture and spunk to your look.
A biker jacket which features a line of fringe under the arms or across the back is a simple way to work this trend that is still so wearable. A fringe skirt is another simple way to give this look a go, and it become easier to wear when teamed with a classic shirt and simple accessories - let the skirt be the focal point of the ensemble. This season there are so many fringe options on offer that you're bound to find a fringe style to suit your personal style and will go well with other items in your wardrobe.
What I love most about fringe is that you can be a little minimal or pile it on. To help inspire you, here’s a roundup of the trendiest fringe on the web, to get you wearing them it with confidence.
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