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Fashionista NOW: The Fringe Fashion Trend ~ Playing With Swinging Textures

Fring-y garbs aren’t only made for Pocahontas wannabees if you know how to wear them well. Bring a fun twist to your daily outfits with a dose of fringe.

Fringe accents on bags, shoes and clothing carry their own bohemian-esque appeal that may just work to give a style boost to just about any outfit.

The safest way to sport the fringe look is to keep it simple by wearing one fring-y item at a time.

However, if you must wear 2 fringe accented pieces at a time because you’re nuts about them, make sure that they blend seamlessly together instead of clashing against each other (cue the fringe on fringe look below).

Obviously, the trend isn’t made for everyone so if you find the swishy trend makes you want to hurl, please don’t wear it. But, if you’re a gal with an inner hippy vibe, I’m positive that you’d just adore this one.

For a look at how stylish lookbookers get all fringed up, scroll on down, please.

fringe bag by Romwe

fringe macrame top by Danika Navarro

fringe madness t-shirt by Romwe

vintage fringe vest by Vintage Mavens

ombre fringe necklace by Shop Wagw | ombre fringe skirt by Lily Jean

fringe top by Forever 21

fringe cardigan by Choies

Ladies, do you like fringe detailing on your clothes or accessories? What are the fringed fashion items that you most covet? Share below!

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Here on Fashionista NOW, our one and very own Miss Reverie showcases the latest in fashion trends and its various social implications in our everyday lives. You may read more of her at REVERIE SANCTUARY.

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