While I reduced the summer 70's fringe trend down to five steps yesterday, I have since realized additional ways to take the trend and make it your own. In case you weren't done with shopping for fabulous fringe pieces, here are five more ways to add fringe to your wardrobe!
1. Extend your crop-top with a fringed hem.
These tops have the high hems of a typical crop-top, but the fringe gives you a little more coverage, and is a fun twist. Get the look here, here, and here.
2. Go all out with fringe hanging from your sleeves!
Whether on a shirt, dress, or jacket, fringed sleeves are fun because they aren't immediately noticeable until you start moving. Get the look here, here, and here.
3. Embrace your inner bohemian with a fringed vest.
This is the most typical fringe application of festivalwear, so to make it everyday appropriate, contrast it with denim, black, and other urban elements. Get the look here, here, and here.
4. Warm up on summer nights with a fringed cardigan cape.
For a summery top layer, find a floral or fun pattern cardigan, cape or hybrid of the two that'll keep you cozy while looking on-trend. Get the look here, here, and here.
5. Add subtle fringe to your look with fringed sandals.
Fringe sandals are fun because they tickle your toes and bounce while you walk, but are otherwise understated. Flat or heeled sandals will work based on your preference. Get the look here, here, and here.