A big trend this spring that I want to integrate into the repertoire is fringe. The tassel has been big for a few seasons and now we've morphed to a full-on fringe binge. From shoes to earrings, it's easy to add some swing to your look. Here's some rules of thumb:
- Pick one. Not two. Stick to one key piece.
- Think of fringe like a pop of color. It’s got great movement and will draw the eye to it so when you pick a piece, know it will get attention. If you don’t like your feet, don’t get fringe sandals.
- No fringe dresses - too 1920s. A vest or jacket over a very neutral palette will work so much better.
- Get leather. Faux fringe on a bag will not fall well and it will look cheap. Keep it real.
Have fun with fringe! ~ LB
Kate Spade short sleeve top / Yves Saint Laurent brown suede vest / Étoile Isabel Marant slingback shoes / Jérôme Dreyfuss orange sandals / Stuart Weitzman heeled sandals / Office pull on shoes / Sara Battaglia white handbag / Marni white purse / Karen Millen leather fringe purse / Rebecca Minkoff leather fringe purse / Blue handbag / Zara fringe messenger bag / Isabel Marant beaded jewelry / J.Crew earrings / Panacea graduation jewelry