Catwalk highlights left-right; Jasmine Di Milo, Bottega Veneta, Jasmine Di Milo, Bottega Veneta
Fringes are versatile, and depending on the mood, occasion and weather, you can wear this trend any day, any where. Bags, tops, dresses, shoes and even jewelry all have hints of this trend, whether subtle or very clear. Though I am not a fan of Juicy Couture, they do have rather lovely fringe boots, in a variety of colours. Jimmy Choo have some lovely fringed bags. If you don't want to brave a fringed flapper dress, a fringe jacket or fringed shoulders then opt for shoes, boots or accessories. Typing fringe in to the likes of Net-a-Porter will bring up an array of fringed designer items, such as shoes, lingerie accessories and clothing. La Perla have a lovely fuschia coloured fringed bra and panties set. Urban Outfitters have cheaper alternatives to the not-for-everbodies-budget people (like me!), opting for shoulders, skirts and again, accessories!
Fringed accessories were big on the catwalk – shoes and bags mostly. It seems if you want to wear this trend, the key is accessories and to team with another key part of this trend; Embroidery & Weaving as an example.
HOW TO WEAR;
Top left-right; Fringe boots – £250 – Juicy Couture @ Net-a-Porter, Fringe Sandals -£320 – Sigerson Morrison @ Net-a-Porter, Flapper Dress – £150 – Urban Outfitters, Fringe Shoulder Blouse – £132 – Urban Outfitters.
Bottom left-right; Fringe Bag – £695 – Jimmy Choo @ Net-a-Porter, Gold & Diamond Fringe Ring – £3800 – Solange Azagury-Partridge, Fringe Shoulder Dress – £165 – Urban Outfitters
By Carly x