Looking to make a statement this summer? See what’s all the rage with fringe benefits! You’re sure to make a splash with the oh-so-versatile fringe skirt.
The Everyday Fringe Skirt
Fringe skirts are not just for special occasions or festivals! Wear this trend for your everyday wear! Paired with a collared shirt creates a sophisticated clean look but combined with a soft cardigan at the waist makes the look cool, modern and relevant. Wear with a clutch for a put together, sleek look. Whether at the library, office, or your internship- you will be radiating ‘it’ girl vibes.
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The Weekend Fringe Skirt
Sexy skirts are just not for body con skirts anymore! Weekends call for mini hemlines. And fringe is no exception to the rule. For a daytime fringe mini skirt look, keep hair casual, with big waves or a messy bun. Contrastingly, when the sun sets, opt for a bright lip, solid accessories and animal print high heel shoes for a va-va- voom moment this Saturday night! Feeling chilly in that little mini? No worries, with a vintage leather jacket, you’ll be warm all night to enjoy the summer fireworks all while rocking retro 70s chic.
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The Monochromatic Tassel Skirt
Word from the wise, if there’s a will, there’s a way. We know you love fringe trimming and can’t get enough of it so, if a skirt just isn’t enough fringe for you, try wearing fringe on top as well. These trendy fringe shirts and tops are the perfect match to your skirt. And for the hesitant- don’t worry, you won’t be walking around like Cousin Itt! The secret is in using a monochromatic palette! Having separate fringe pieces breaks up the monotony but keeping a neutral color scheme will allow you to wear even more fringe without making it overbearing. Wear your hair in a low messy ‘do with face framing layers for natural “i-woke-up-like-this” glam.
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Color Block Fringe
Don’t be afraid of combining the colorblock trend with fringe. With the right complementing pieces, this look will be dangerously chic. Wear casually with a neutral toned tee to keep the spotlight on the fringe skirt statement piece. Colorblocking this look with bright, solid accessories will tie in this look together for a perfect take on the fringe skirt trend.
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Mama’s 70′s Fringe Skirt
Everyone knows that flared jeans are back but if you are looking for a 70s alternative, the sexy fringe skirt will definitely be your key to taking on the 70s look without being too costume-y. An ode to your mother’s closet, embrace the hippie fringe style skirt! For a day out with the girls, be sure to keep the sun out of your face with round frames and a floppy hat! If you’d like to carry the 70s trend into night, platforms would be just the right touch. A little disco, a little boho – platform heels would not only elongate your legs but keep you on your feet to boogie all night! Just like how mama did it, keep those flower child locks long and wavy and finish it off with the 70s “no makeup” makeup look.
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If you’re looking for new women’s clothing styles that will not only make a statement but be able to go from day to night seamlessly, look no further. Your summer wardrobe staple is here!