A great way to subtly work the 70's trend into your wardrobe is by finding pieces with fringe accents and embellishments. It can be tricky to wear fringe without feeling like you're wearing a costume (sorry, Gigi!), so I'll show you how to find great pieces that utilize fringe without being entirely fringe-covered.
1. A fringed leather jacket is the perfect bohemian twist on an urban-chic staple.
Because a good leather jacket never goes out of style, amp up the basic look with some leather fringe accents. Get the look here, here, and here.
2. Add great lengths to your miniskirt with midi or maxi-length fringe.
This trend is a flirty mini-midi hybrid that shows a lot of leg with any motion. Just be careful of how high up the fringe stops to avoid any potential wardrobe malfunctions. Get the look here, here, and here.
3. A cocktail dress with short fringes as embellishment looks polished and on-trend.
A dress with fringe doesn't have to look like a flapper costume! Carefully placed fringe detail is a fun and quirky embellishment. Get the look here, here, and here.
4. Fringed shorts are a casual play on the dressier fringe skirt.
Opt for neutral-toned shorts with sparsely placed fringe to keep the trend somewhat understated, but still fun. Get the look here, here, and here.
5. A fringed purse speaks for itself draped over any arm.
When you aren't totally down to wear fringe but want to get the trend, opt for a purse with fringe detail. They're everywhere this summer! Get the look here, here, and here.